Fog 1.5.0 RC9
I try UEFI with a Dell 3050.
I have a 2012 R2 DHCP with Vendor 00007, 09, 00, 06
The 3050 have an ip adress in the dhcp but nothing append after just No bootable device were found
I try with Hyper-v gen2 and i have PXE-E16 no offer received, the ip adress is correct in the dhcp
Legacy is ok
I try with ipxe.efi and other but it’s the same
I switched over to chat because the Q&A turn around was faster.
The first issue was the OP had dhcp option 60 defined. This caused the pxe booting client to think the fog server was a proxydhcp server. When the fog server failed to respond the client just gave up. It ignored the dhcp option 66 and 67 settings that were defined.
When the OP removed dhcp option 60 then a new issue popped up with some incorrect policy settings in his windows 2012 dhcp server. After that was fixed and he rebooted the fog server everything started working!!
I’m solving this thread since its now working.
@davido38 AFAIK you should not send DHCP option 60 (
PXEClient) to the client: https://prajwaldesai.com/pxe-e55-proxydhcp-did-not-reply-to-request-on-port-4011/
@davido38 Please look at the chat bubble on the FOG tool tray. I have some questions about what I’m seeing.
@davido38 OK let me take a look.
yes it is on the same subnet.
Is your target computer, fog server and dhcp server on the same subnet? If yes, then I think the best test is to use tcpdump to capture the pxe booting process to see what the dhcp server is really telling the client.: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/9673/when-dhcp-pxe-booting-process-goes-bad-and-you-have-no-clue
You can review it with wireshark or upload the pcap to a google drive and post the link here. If you don’t want to post the link on a public forum you can IM me and I will take a look to see what is going down the network.