PXE Boot not working TFTP Errors
Hi guys, I’m new to the FOG community and I haven’t been able to get my server going. I did the install on CentOS 7 with latest FOG install. I’m able to access the web interface and see all that but I cannot register computers because the PXE boot won’t work. NIC boot starts and it gets an IP address from DHCP (separate from FOG, its a Windows server DHCP) Then it goes onto TFTP but it just cuts of there (TFTP . )
Then it says (PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel Boot Agent).
I did the DHCP server option 66 and 67 undionly.kpxe.
I don’t what’s wrong and I cant seem to find anything online that is similar to my problem. Thanks in advance.
@sebastian-roth I did something wrong on the installation so I start over again. But it was unsolved
The post’s been deleted so I guess this is actually solved. Please let us know if my assumption is wrong. Marking it solved for now.
Are these computers in UEFI mode or Legacy?
@tesparza Ok, then now lets take the next step to capture what is going down the wires. Please follow this process: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/9673/when-dhcp-pxe-booting-process-goes-bad-and-you-have-no-clue and upload the file to dropbox or a google drive. Please post the link here or DM me directly and I will take a look at it. This should tell us what is missing in the pxe booting process.
Yes Option 66 has the IP address of the Fog Server
Yes firewalld is disabled
Yes they are in the same subnet
Is dhcp option 66 the ip address of the fog server?
Did you disable the centos firewall (firewalld)
From a debugging standpoint, is the pxe booting computer and fog server on the same subnet?