SOLVED mount fails during capture. "Connection refused"
- FOG Version: 1.4.3
- OS: Ubuntu Server LTS 16.04
- Service Version:
- OS: Windows 10
The wrong IP Address is being used during the capture process. The IP shown in the below picture is an old IP address from before I moved this machine to a different server room. So it seems something needs to be updated somewhere. I verified that the correct IP address shows up in the Web UI for the storage management, and I have also checked interfaces, .fogsettings, dhcpd.conf, the tftp, and also the /tftpboot/default.ipxe config. I have also tried rerunning the install script as well, but still no luck so far.
I found another post that seems to mention the same problem as well. He mentioned having to change it in two places, 1: The web UI for the storage node, and 2: “a config file”
However he doesn’t mention which config file. Any idea what file he may be talking about?
@thebrennan47 why don’t you explain more how you fixed it?
@george1421 This is solved. There was a stale storage node in the web console, and that is what the client was attempting to attach to. Thanks for the help guys!
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Have you re-run the installer and ensured the IP was right? And have you checked through all the settings in FOG Configuration -> FOG Settings? I would
if 10.0.88.42 is your FOG server then 10.2.102.49 is a defined storage node. That is the only place where that IP can come from.