FOG isolated setup question
I just installed fog in an isolated network.connected to switch only.wondering how fog will do dhcp assigment. i did say yes when asked to run fog as dhcp server. do i need to edit dhcp scope or tell fog to which IP’s it can assign ?
aprreciate help on this.
Fog did configure dhcp and it worked. we still modified it according our need. please resolve this.
just wondering if it will start providing dhcp address to pxe client or do we have to configure that in fog (dhcp scope).
As I said, in installing FOG a DHCP server is being installed and configured fro you. Just give it a try.
This is fresh FOG install. we didn’t move it to isolated network. we followed wiki for isolated network setup. we gave private IP to fog and yes IP is correct in web interface everywhere. just wondering if it will start providing dhcp address to pxe client or do we have to configure that in fog (dhcp scope). OS is centos 7.
@pdit If you told FOG to handle DHCP for you it will install a DHCP server software and also generate a config and start the service for you. The config file might be in
/etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.confdepending on the Linux OS you have.
I am wondering, have you changed the FOG server IP when moving it to the isolated network after the install? Please read those things: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Change_FOG_Server_IP_Address and https://github.com/FOGProject/fog-community-scripts/blob/master/updateIP/updateIP.sh