Client Boot To Fog Fail - HTTP Connection Timed Out
I’ve built a new Fog server with Ubuntu 16.04 and Trunk Version 13
SVN Revision: 5948 (finally) and I have it up and going now, BUT, when I attempt to boot a client to it via PXE
it passes the TFTP connection but times out at the HTTP part.
Here is the kicker — and I know it is probably my fault — the TFTP has the correct IP address tftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/default.ipxe… ok for example but the HTTP IP address is incorrect and I get
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/fog/service/ipxe/boot.php…connection timed out.
I’ve checked the .fogsettings config and the IP is correct there and I checked the storagenode IP and it is correct. Is there something that I have over looked that has the IP setting for the HTTP?
Thanks in advance.
Yulp. That was it. Re-ran the install and it updated the IP address.
Thanks for the help!
Yea, I checked that and it is incorrect there so apparently I never did re-run the install after updating the IP address in fogsettings. I’ll re-run it and see if it changes.
@Motech09 You can. But maybe the ipaddress inside of
/opt/fog/.fogsettingsis incorrect, which is causing
/tftpboot/default.ipxeto be written with the wrong value ? You can check what’s in there by issuing
cat /tftpboot/default.ipxeThere will be an address at the bottom.
Nah, it matches perfectly. I’m wondering if I need to run the .installfog.sh again.
The web address could be wrong.
FOG Configuration -> FOG Settings -> Web Server
I think there’s an IP in the TFTP area too in fog settings.