NBP Downloaded Successfully
Hey folks, good morning
I need your help with this issue, it’s driving me crazy here. I have FOG 1.5.9 up and running in prod, it works well with almost all computers. I’m migrating some desktops to Lenovo laptops (Lenovo ThinkPad T15g G1) and FOG just doesn’t work, I keep getting the message “NBP Downloaded Successfully” and that’s it.
Just to give more info about how is my infra:
- FOG 1.5.9 running on a CentOS 8 server
- DHCP Vendor Class PXE Client (EUFI x64) PXEClient:Arch:00007) configured
- Options 66 and 67 configured
- Laptop has Secure Boot disabled
Any ideas what else can I check?
Thanks in advance, you folks are awesome!
@sebastian-roth yes, right… and just FYI, I got it working once I followed the instructions on the link you’ve sent me, thanks man!
@sebastian-roth You’re right, I just realized that the new laptops doesn’t have Legacy, so I’ll need to configure my server as described on the article you mentioned. But answering your questions, my DHCP is running on a Windows 2012 R2, option 66 has undionly.kpxe configured and option 67 has the FOG IP address.
@Keroseni This sounds like you are mixing legacy BIOS mode and UEFI mode. What is serving DHCP in your network? What is DHCP option 67 set to? For legacy BIOS you use
ipxe.pxebut for UEFI it’s