Hi Sorry for the late reply I think I have balls things up completely and have got into a confused mess.
So I initially had the machine connected to the business lan with a static I.P address as I needed internet access to update the centos box and to install the required fog packages.
I then proceeded to keep the static connection connected and ran the setup script, during the setup process I specifically told FOG to use the isolated network address,
server ip address 192.168.22.3 ( isolated network)
using fog DHCP: yes
DHCP router address:
So the FOG server has a I.P address on the isolated network, and no DHCP router address,
At the end of the installation It is asking me to access the management console with a web address the issue is I cannot access this address as it is on a different subnet from main network.
Lastly When I check the status of the DHCP service.
systemctl status dhcpd.service
No subnet declaration for P4p1 ( 192.168.21.32)
ignoring requests on p4p1. If this is not what you
want pleae write a subnet declaration
in your dhcpd.conf file for the
network segement. to which interface
p4p1 is attached…
I don’t wan’t to use p4p1 for DHCP… more importantly I seem to missing a dhcpd.conf file I mean it’s just completely blank???
Yep I need some help go easy on me people
Update this is bizzare I restarted the server and I now have a dhcp configuration file in etc/dhcp
I have hooked up a laptop to the isolated network card and have tested the PXE booting aspect this works fine, And this laptop is getting a I.P address in the .22 isolated range, So DHCP is working wahey.