Unable to connection TFTP.
I am having an issue getting Fog setup. I can’t connect to the TFTP server. I have gone through the troubleshooting steps on the Fog project website the best I could. Can’t find the config.php file.
I am running fog on a CentOS VM and I set it up a couple of weeks ago. This was a clean install of Fog and CentOS.
When trying to test on Windows, I get this.
Error on server : Permission denied
Connect request failed.
When trying to have a blank VM do a PXE boot over the network I get this.
PXE-T00: Permission denied
PXE-E36: Error received from TFTP server
PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel PXE ROM.
Not sure if I missed any details that are needed to help with this. If you need more information I will be happy to provide.
Thank you for the links! I will look over this material and get back with you once I have an update. Going to do the re-install as well as suggested.
Also Wayne put together a pretty detailed install guide here: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=CentOS_7
Is that in the Fog documentation somewhere or just somewhere on Google?
Our documentation is community driven, and is mostly here: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
@richard-nihells now that selinux is disabled, re-run the installer and try again. Also ensure you’ve setup firewalld correctly? That’s in the troubleshooting guide too (as well as our CentOS 7 tutorial).
I set selinux to permissive. I no longer get permission denied. Now I get connection timeout. I have my anti-virus suite and Windows Firewall disabled during this test.
I found that line in the troubleshooting guide and that is what is giving me the error for Windows that I listed above.
I haven’t touched selinux or changed its settings to permissive. Is that in the Fog documentation somewhere or just somewhere on Google?
Did you disable selinux or at least change the settings to permissive?
From a windows computer install the tftp client feature, then from a windows command prompt use the tftp client program to download undionly.kpxe from the fog server with
tftp -i <fog_server_ip> GET undionly.kpxe .If you can get the file then tftp is setup correctly and we need to focus on the pxe booting process at the cause.