Grub PXE boot - not looking for MAC/IP-based config |

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I americium PXE-booting an Ubuntu 22.04 installation. For nan grub image, I americium utilizing nan 1 here .

According to the docs:

GRUB will hunt for its configuration files successful bid utilizing nan pursuing rules wherever nan appended worth corresponds to a worth connected nan customer machine. ‘(FWPATH)’/grub.cfg-‘(UUID OF MACHINE)’ ‘(FWPATH)’/grub.cfg-‘(MAC ADDRESS OF NIC)’ ‘(FWPATH)’/grub.cfg-‘(IPv4 OR IPv6 ADDRESS)’ ‘(FWPATH)’/grub.cfg

However, location is nary TFTP petition for thing different than grub.cfg:

in.tftpd[7037]: RRQ from filename boot/tree/EFI/boot/bootx64.efi in.tftpd[7038]: RRQ from filename boot/tree/EFI/boot/grubx64.efi in.tftpd[7040]: RRQ from filename /grub/x86_64-efi/command.lst in.tftpd[7041]: RRQ from filename /grub/x86_64-efi/fs.lst in.tftpd[7042]: RRQ from filename /grub/x86_64-efi/crypto.lst in.tftpd[7043]: RRQ from filename /grub/x86_64-efi/terminal.lst in.tftpd[7044]: RRQ from filename /grub/grub.cfg in.tftpd[7045]: RRQ from filename /grub/fonts/unicode.pf2

My mobility is: really tin I get grub to load different config files based connected (for example) nan MAC address?