one FOG Server for 2 or more networks
- FOG Version: 1.3.3
- OS: Debian 8.5
- Service Version: 0.11.8
I’ve two networks at work and i also want to use only one FOG server to install images on computers at any network i choose. Theses networks belongs to different VLANs. Is it possible to configure my FOG server with two NICs ( one nic for each network ) in a way that the server answer the requests on both NICs?
thank’s Wayne !!
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Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
Yep. If your server doesn’t already have two NICs, add one.
Configure it for the other vlan.
Then make a Storage Node definition for that new NIC’s address. Make the storage node a member of the existing storage group. Make sure the old storage node is marked as master.
For the DHCP entries on the other vlan, point option 066 to the new NIC’s address.
Then just make sure TFTP is listening on that new NIC (it should be) and you should be good to go.
You might want to think about setting up the location plugin - just to be sure that hosts on one vlan are limited to that one NIC, and the other limited to the other NIC.