Well now I’m confused. Here is what you posted before.
This is what it shows when I try to boot to the fogserver:
CLIENT MAC ADDR: 00 22 64 BB 04 DF GUID: 0CD117C8 1FDC DD11 BBDA 64BB04DF0022
CLIENT IP: 10.1.8.59 MASK IP: 255.255.255.0 DHCP IP: 10.1.8.254
GATEWAY IP: 10.1.8.254
PXE-E32: TFTP open yimeout
And you also stated
well the fogserver ip is 10.1.8.1
I’m only seeing a single subnet net here. And all devices mentioned are on 10.1.8.0/24 subnet. The root of the issue I see so far is that the FOG server 10.1.8.1 is not being used for dhcp so any settings you make to FOG will not impact the booting process so far. But the client is reporting that 10.1.8.254 is being used for dhcp booting (which I’m still suspecting is a router). Reading a bit more into the what as not been said yet. Since you introduced the concept of a quarantine network, I get the feeling that 10.1.8.254 is a router interface that has a dhcp-relay setup on it that points to a master dhcp server some place else on another network.
I’m trying to help here but I’m not getting the big picture of how this is setup.