My UEFI enabled work laptop still will not network boot, it just sits there saying “iPXE initialising devices”
To me this sounds like iPXE does not like your network card in UEFI mode. You might want to compile a binary with debugging enabled to find out what’s wrong. I doubt this has something to do with TFTP.
@Rusty I sent you an IM (top right chat bubble icon, also shows up in bottom right).
it’s a simple “What file does this phone need, what file does that phone need, what vendor class identifiers do each use” kind of thing… and then finding out the vendor class identifiers via TCPDump and wireshark.
If the vendor class identifiers are unique and not efi or legacy, and are each unique, you would simply setup a vendor class identifier filter in either Windows or Linux DHCP. Else, you simply use dhcp reservations in either Windows or Linux to specify options 066 and 067 for each device.
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Just a quick question.
I know that this line either enables or doesn’t enable DHCP on the fog server: dodhcp="N";
What does this line do? bldhcp="0";
Does it specify whether to touch the dhcpd.conf file or not? I’ve had this set to 0 for a long while but still the fog installer overwrites my custom /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf file.