PXE boot error - Fog 1.2 on Ubuntu 12.0.4.5



  • I installed FOG 1.2 on a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.0.4.5. Installation went fine. I’m running on a box with 2 NICs, 1 for internet access for updates and accessing the FOG webui, and the other a private network for image deployment (in my network environment I’m not allowed access at the DHCP server, so Ubuntu is filling that role on the private network)

    From what i can tell, the PXE boot goes fine (machine pulls an ip from dhcp, ipxe loads) up until it tries to load bg.png, from the ip of wrong NIC.

    fog 1-2 error.jpg



  • Junkhacker, thank you! I didn’t even think about this. I had it bound to the 10.x.x.x address. Changed to the 192.168.x.x and the FOG menu is now booting.

    I swear i had switched this earlier and tested, but apparently it did not save the change (please read: [U]I[/U] failed to save the change)


  • Developer

    on the fog settings page, what ip is set for “web server” ?



  • Yes, isc-dhcp server is running on the 192.168.x.x network on eth0. eth1 is statically assigned to the 10.x.x.x network for linux updates.

    dhcp server.jpg


  • Developer

    Do you have a DHCP server on the private 192.168.x.x network?
    Is 10.x.x.x on eth0? and 192.168.x.x on eth1?


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