@SCavender Ahh, I didn’t notice the gateway (in DHCP) is set to your FOG server IP 192.168.22.11 when looking at the dhcpd.conf. Are you sure this is what you want? From what you said so far I would think you want the router to be 192.168.22.1.
If your FOG server is meant to be a gateway it needs things like IP forwarding in the kernel enabled and iptables rules to pass packets through. Not something we provide with the FOG installer.
While looking at the dhcpd.conf once again I also notice that you might wand to change the line
range dynamic-bootp 192.168.22.10 192.168.22.254; because the range starts at 10 but your FOG server is at 11. Make it start at 20 for example to prevent from duplicate IP issues.
Make sure you also change the values in /opt/fog/.fogsettings so the installer won’t reset things on the next upgrade!
After changing the config you need to restart the DHCP service or your FOG server altogether.