I currently have FOG running on Ubuntu 18.04.4 without DHCP.
I got a new batch of computers without legacy boot and was wondering how can I boot to FOG since it only works with legacy boot as far as i know.
I’m a real dummy and might ask the wrong question
Any help is appreciated
You said you FOG running on Ubuntu without DHCP, so you already have a DHCP server. You’d have to tell your exisiting DHCP server where the tftp server is, and specify file names, if your DHCP server supports that function. If it doesn’t, then you can use the USB boot method for booting ipxe from a USB drive that points to your FOG server.
Im running version 1.5.8
Nothing happens when trying to boot PXE over IPv4
I believe the server running FOG is connected to the same switch of the servers im trying to boot
@avivkaplan1 What version of FOG?
What device is your dhcp server?
In general (depending on the version) FOG support uefi firmware out of the box.