client error: no network interfaces found
I have 4 hosts (so far) that won’t perform quick registration, full registration, or deploy an image. I am using latest trunk (as of yesterday) on Ubuntu. This is a private network setup.
During boot, these hosts get an IP from the DHCP server, and even load the FOG menu. When I choose quick or full inventory, they fail to upload it to the server. No error message, just “attempting to upload inventory…” forever…
If I manually create the hosts on the server, assign an image and attempt to deploy it to them, it fails (on the client) with the message "verifying network interface configuration… Failed … An error has been detected! No network interfaces found. Computer will reboot in 1 minute.
@templink People new to FOG always blame every little bump in the road on FOG… I’ve been getting hit with nonsense from co-workers for almost a year now. Just seems like that’s how it goes.
Either way, you’re always more than welcome to post issues here.
yes they all have same BIOS.
I believe I found the problem. The environment is a classroom with 24 wired seats. 2 of the stations exhibit this problem repeatedly. When I relocate a host to another seat (a different network cable) it images just fine. So I think I need to recable some of the seats, or change out the RJ45 connectors on some stations.
are they all running the same version of bios?
Fog is version 5866
hosts are Dell Precision M4800 laptops
some work, some don’t. So far 5 imaged OK, 4 failed with the “no network interfaces found” error
What model of computers ?