UNSOLVED Setup FOG UEFI for DHCP Server
As i’m using both DHCP services which are ZEROShell (Pyramid) and ClearOS.
Does anyone have any idea how to configure Zeroshell and Clearos to fully support UEFI IPXE boot.
It was so much trouble for me to change the BIOS configuration to Legacy boot everytime.
your reply will be much appreciated.
DHCP Zero Shell
Wayne Workman last edited by
This may be a good time to mention the custom web-based isc-dchp thing I made specifically for fog?
@zackchin Why are you using two (different) DHCP services? This can cause a lot of trouble! You should have only one single DHCP server in your network segment.
Seems like you cannot do this in the GUI but on the console. See here: https://www.clearos.com/resources/documentation/clearos/content:en_us:kb_howtos_installing_via_pxe_enabled_network_card
I think you are out of luck with those two soho firewalls. The configuration looks pretty basic with no way to add any advanced features from the gui.
If your target computers and your fog server is on the same subnet then you could install dnsmasq on your fog server to supply the missing information via dhcpProxy. While its known that dnsmasq doesn’t support uefi systems too well. I did find a configuration that seems to be interesting on a korean (?) web site that may need to be investigated. https://eatpeppershothot.blogspot.com/2016/02/uefi-and-legacy-bios-pxe-netboot.html