PXE-E32: TFTP Open Timeout
So i have been wracking my brain for about 70 to 80 hours trying to get my client PC to connect to the TFTP server. I have searched the forums and read countless fix’s for this error but have not been able to come up with a solution.
Here is my current configuration I am running:
My Virtual Machine is using VMXNET3
Running Ubuntu 12.04 ( I have also tried Ubuntu 10.04, 13.04, 13.10, 14.04; Fedora 20, 14; Kubuntu 12.04)
DHCP/Firewall - Meraki
My IP address scheme is 192.168.X.X
Here is a list of what I have done to try and resolve this issue.
- Changed all passwords in fog after using fogcrypt to create the password. Also in Config.php
- Disabled firewall in linux
- Added option 66 and 67 to my dhcp server.
- Changed IP to TFTP server in tftpd-hpa file.
- I have confirmed that the tftp server is running ( issue with ubuntu 12.04 ).
Any help would be greatly appreciated and Thanks in advance.
Is meraki allowing port 69 UDP/TCP internally?
Ok so I do have that correct.
If you’re running 0.32 and earlier, 67 should be pxelinux.0, if you’re running 1.0.0 and forward it should be undionly.kpxe
No we are using a meraki as our dhcp server. And I have 66 and 67 setup. Now I am confused on what to put for 670 pxelinux.0 or undionly.kpxe ?
Is this system acting as dhcp or do you have a dedicated dhcp server?
I am able to do a “tftp -v 192.168.58.10 -c get pxelinux.0” and i get this.
Shows nothing when i run that command
[code]netstat -ntap|grep 69[/code]
That shows ever port that it is listening for, but port 69 is not listed. How do I get it to start listening for port 69?
When I run a netstat -ntl it doesn’t show that it is listening for port 69.
I don’t even have a path to selinux. Etc/selinux/ does not exist
[CODE]sudo gedit /etc/selinux/config [/CODE]
verify that selinux is actually disabled.