Error Code 60



  • Hey,

    I’ve got a fog server running from VirtualBox with ProxyDHCP. Everything was working fine on one machine, but then on another it didn’t.

    I tried getting a tcpdump and it displayed “60 Error Code”.

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    Is this to do with Legacy vs. UEFI booting, or something else?



  • I can confirm that updating to fog 1.3 helped :)


  • Moderator

    @tokejepsen said in Error Code 60:

    @george1421 said in Error Code 60:

    You might want to really consider upgrading/ reinstalling 1.3.0-rc5 for better iPXE booting support and all of the fixes/enhancements.

    I shall do that tonight:)

    Is it better with a clean install?

    If you have done nothing with FOG so far, then clean is always better.


  • Senior Developer

    @tokejepsen Would you mind updating to 1.3.0-RC-5?

    You can make a backup of your information of course, and an upgrade should work for you as well.

    What’s important here, is while 1.2.0 worked for most cases, it didn’t always like to decide to use TFTP as the download protocol for default.ipxe file (or any other files for that matter). This, I’m certain, is corrected for in the newer versions.

    You’ll also have MANY more features and improvements compared to from 1.2.0.



  • @george1421 said in Error Code 60:

    You might want to really consider upgrading/ reinstalling 1.3.0-rc5 for better iPXE booting support and all of the fixes/enhancements.

    I shall do that tonight:)

    Is it better with a clean install?


  • Moderator

    @tokejepsen said in Error Code 60:

    @Tom-Elliott said in Error Code 60:

    From what I’m gathering, you’re running FOG Version 1.2.0?

    Yes, its 1.2.0.

    You might want to really consider upgrading/ reinstalling 1.3.0-rc5 for better iPXE booting support and all of the fixes/enhancements. Also Wayne (in this thread) has a script for dynamically updating the FOG IP settings if you are truly trying to make a dynamically assigned FOG server.



  • @Tom-Elliott said in Error Code 60:

    From what I’m gathering, you’re running FOG Version 1.2.0?

    Yes, its 1.2.0.


  • Moderator

    @tokejepsen Well from your picture there is only /default.ipxe which is only the file name not the path. It should be more like tftp://<fog server IP>/default.ipxe.

    One thing I didn’t ask before, what version of FOG are you using?


  • Senior Developer

    @tokejepsen From what I’m gathering, you’re running FOG Version 1.2.0?



  • @george1421 said in Error Code 60:

    But from your picture it appears that you are missing the tftp://<fogserver_ip>/ part

    What is that?


  • Moderator

    @tokejepsen Virtualbox is a bit interesting since it uses iPXE kernel for its boot ROM. But from your picture it appears that you are missing the tftp://<fogserver_ip>/ part.



  • what are the two models you’re working with? The one that worked and the one that didn’t?

    Are you looking for a complete spec of the machines, or specific element like motherboard/network card? (Sorry, don’t quite know these things)

    Tell us more about the one that didn’t? Same network? Same broadcast domain? Same subnet? Same V-Lan?

    The one that didn’t work, was on a different network. Trying to build a portable fog server with VirtualBox, so unfortunately only the fog server image is the same constant between the machine that worked, and the machine that didn’t.

    What’s the error displayed on the computer you’re trying to boot?

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  • Moderator

    Actually here is how I decoded this tftp request.

    Client->TFTP Server: Send me undionly.0, I really don’t want the file, so I can only take 0 bytes in the first transfer, but tell me what size the file is before I download it.
    TFTP-Server->Client: The file size is 102937 bytes
    Client->TFTP Server: Never-mind I don’t want it.

    Client->TFTP Server: Send me undionly.0 I can only take 1456 bytes per block
    TFTP-Server->Client: Understood transfer block size set to 1456 bytes and here is your first 1456 bytes
    Client->TFTP Server: OK got block 0
    TFTP-Server->Client: Here is block 1
    Client->TFTP Server: OK got block 1

    IMO This appears to be a normal and expected tftp file transfer.


  • Moderator

    I see that sometimes in packet captures, it looks like the file did transfer successfully.

    what are the two models you’re working with? The one that worked and the one that didn’t?

    Tell us more about the one that didn’t? Same network? Same broadcast domain? Same subnet? Same V-Lan?

    What’s the error displayed on the computer you’re trying to boot? Take a photo please and post here.


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