SOLVED PXE issue and FOG
Fog has been working fine until today. Currently receiving an issue stating tftp://192.168.1.25/default.ipxe…Error 0x3d126001 (http://ipxe.org/3d126001)
Chainloading failed, hit ‘s’ for the iPXE shell; reboot in 10 seconds
I’ve been troubleshooting this for about an hour and stuck on the resolution.
@george1421 George, thank you. The issue has actually been resolved. For some reason, checking what was using .1.25 did not cross my mind. As soon as I did a scan of our network, I found that someone had booted up our old imaging server which was located at 1.25. Once I turned it back off, Fog returned back to normal.
Issue has been resolved!
@jemerson93 Did the fog server ever change its IP address? And/or what device is 192.168.1.25? I can see what is going on, but I need to know the actors first.
@george1421 No, that was the strange part. The fog server is 192.168.1.155. Also this is running on Ubuntu.
192.168.1.25 is your fog server?
Is this a ubuntu based system? If so please check the apache error log for guidance.
Error 0x3d126001 is in the iPXE tftp module but I don’t think your issue is with tftp, because iPXE is already running to do the chainload function.