Clean installation of fog 1.2.0 pxe problem
I performed a clean install of ubuntu server 14.04 and fog 1.2.0 and I can’t get the machines to boot to pxe properly. I get the following output
Client Mac Addr…everyone okay here
PXE-T01: File Not Found
PXE-E3B: TFTP Error - File Not found
I have tried everything I can find on the forums.
Verified options in DNS 60, 66, 67
Verified that foguser and tftp passwords all match
I’m new to installing fog. Changed jobs, used it at my old job wanted to use it here too. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Glad you got is sorted, sometimes, a fresh install isn’t such a bad idea (even if you JUST installed fog)
Thank you to everyone for your help. I solved the problem by starting over.
I dumped the ubuntu server, fog install and all the changes I made to DHCP/DNS and started from scratch with a virtualized ubuntu desktop install. Followed the Chuck Syperski youtube install from there. What ever the issue was it is gone now and I don’t have the ubuntu server driving me crazy.
Have you tried DNSMasq?
I recommend this a lot
It really helps to resolve to your bootfile and server, it can fix the issue that you are describing, I had to use it in my environment (Novell with Windows DHCP and WDS) so that my machines would default to FOG instead of the silly WDS server.
It is a clean install of the OS. I tried to run the commands that I found to disable selinux and the system told me it was not installed or already disabled.
Is this a fresh install of the OS too? Did you turn off iptables/firewalld/ufw/selinux?
Is the IP address pointing: option 66, at your FOG Server?
I’m heading home for the weekend. Can we resume this on tuesday?
An H3C switch. The client is a virtual win 7 pro box on a hyper-v server in the same rack as the new ubuntu server.
what kind of networking equipment is between the client and the server?
did you set option 67 to undionly.kpxe?