UEFI Boot mounting bad IP address
I’m French, so sorry if my English is bad.
I have installed a FOG server on a VirtualBox VM.
I change the IP address of my FOG Server, from X.X.X.75 to X.X.X.6.
I change all parameters on the Web interfaces.
My computer boot in UEFI in PXE, The DHCP server (Windows) sends the good IP Address (X.X.X.6) with ipxe.efi.
But this error occurred :
Could not mount images folder (/bin/fog.upload)
Reason: mount: mounting X.X.X.75:/image/dev/ on /image failed: No route to host.
The error is logic because there is no server at this IP address.
So my question is : How can i modify this IP address ?
It’s working !
@Aymeric-Leclerc In the FOG Web UI Storage -> All Storage Nodes. If you only have one storage node it will be called
default. Look at that storage node, there is an IP Address field in there.
I look at the 2 files that you tell me to modify, the IP addresses are good.
How can i check the IP addresses in the storage node ?
On the scree I also have this : […] ftp=X.X.X.75 storage=X.X.X.75:/image/dev/ storageip=X.X.X.75 […]
IDK if it’s helping you.
There is also IP addresses in the Storage Node configuration that you need to worry about.
Also in /tftpboot/default.ipxe file on the FOG server’s linux console.
Also I would edit the hidden file on the fog server /opt/fog/.fogsettings Fix the IP address there and then rerun the fog installer to fix the rest of the bits.