So I see the most recent topic is a similar issue to mine but I didn’t want to thread hijack.
So I inherited a FOG server from an old employee (never having imaged myself before)
The old setup was drastically changed when we received a network upgrade to new 10G switches, I began to build a new FOG server with RAIDED SSDs hoping to be able to image faster but in the transition the new network has its own DHCP whereas in the old setup there was a physical DHCP that I had control over. On the new FOG server I set a static IP and installed fog, I am able to tftp the undionly.kpxe file from the machine i’d like to image, but when actually trying to pxe boot it always fails.
So my issue is the new network provides an existing value for option 66 and 67 and the networking engineers told me that I just just build my own DHCP (which I think is a waste, but I started doing anyways) because “they cant change those values”. I know they are full of it but I don’t have a permanent position yet(still a student worker).
Is it possible to overwrite the next-server and boot file options with DNSMasq I looked through Wikipedia PXE page and the UbuntuLTSP page but it does not specify if the PXE booting machine would use the ProxyDHCP’s offer or the real DHCP’s offer(with my experience it uses the ProxyDHCP but fails sometime after “configuring (mac add)”)
I can provide a PCAP as well as screen shots later today if necessary but I think this one is pretty cut and dry.
Also I would like to be able to edit the Wiki if that’s possible (just to update the how to install on Ubuntu 12.04 (still has information from .34 version))
@Wayne-Workman I’m getting multiple tabs as well, and while I can see my search terms in the URL in the first tab, the page itself is always blank. I suppose there could be zero results for what I’m searching, but everything I search for?
Report bugs, request features, or get the latest progress.
When I got to host management and click on “List all hosts” and then click on the little sort arrow in the column for the FOG_HOST_LOOKUP field, hosts are not sorted by the host’s online status.