@Sebastian-Roth Thank you for the tips and tricks. So I’ve gotten past the TFTP failures, it’s finding the server now. To answer your question, yes they are on two different subnets. I tried an ethernet to thunderbolt network connection, but the boot up doesn’t try to set up a DHCP address through that network method. It forces me to use a wireless connection, which I’ve set up to be available and connected when I start the boot-up process on the laptop. What I did to resolve the TFTP issue was use the secondary NIC on our Ubuntu server, set the static ip address to match that of the subnet that the laptop is connecting to via WiFi. But now I’m running into an http Timeout, it’s pointing to the primary NIC that I created the server on. Is it possible for FOG to utilize two Ip addresses for web management? I only see the ability to change it to one IP address, but if it can manage multiple addresses on it’s respective NICs, I might just be able to get this Mac fully connected to FOG.
Many thanks again in advance.