The daughter or son do not get rights in their father's property during their lifetime.
If the father has bequeathed his own property in favor of his sons alone in a Will then the daughters who are left out of the list of beneficiaries cannot claim any share in that property as a right.
Daughters have equal rights in their father's properties when the father is reported to have died intestate and during his lifetime.
Please be aware of the prevailing law of the land that a testator can transfer his property by a testamentary disposition i.e., by a Will only he has absolute rights and clear and marketable title to the property he desires to bequeath in favor of the beneficiaries through that Will, otherwise the Will cannot be termed as a legally valid document.
Thus if he had absolute rights over the property he bequeathed in the property, then this Will cannot be challenged by you as a daughter just because you were left out of the Will without allotting ny property to you.