I have a FOG Server set up on a isolated network and have it set up to image computers connected to a 24 port managed Cisco Switch. However when I PXE boot the machines, they pull a IP from the DHCP and I go through to deploy the image and then it says Starting eth0 interface udhcpc sending discover, udhcpc sending discover, udhcpc sending discover, and then fails. I figure this is because it is having trouble connecting to the server through the switch because it work fine when I use it with a regular 5-port Linksys Switch. Any advice on how to get the machines to image through the Cisco Switch?
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Fog Server not working on a Cisco 24-Port Managed Switch
RE: Fog on a Isolated Network
@wayne-workma Thank you very much for your help, your first question helped me. I never moved the client machine over to the switch, I just ran the FOG Server alone on the switch, once I moved to client over to the switch, the FOG Management was to run and work properly.
Fog on a Isolated Network
So I wanted to setup my FOG Server on a Isolated Network as said in “https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/FOG_on_an_Isolated_Network”. When I followed those directions, I would get to the point where I finish the install and I can access the FOG Web Management GUI, however once i disconnect from the internet it can no longer access the Web GUI. I was wondering why that is and how would I be able to set up the FOG Server so that I can image over a switch to multiple client machines and the FOG Server would also act as the DHCP Server. I would like to do this without being connected to internet at all if possible. Thank You