Hello i’m just wondering if I configured my router setup correctly i’m kinda new into the fog project but eager to learn more.
I have spend countless hours on the internet to fix some of my issues I had but I realized I just need to attack 1 problem at the time.
I’m working for a IT company with about 500+ computers around the country and since we are about to create 100+ more workstations ready I wanted to setup a FOG server that can make things a little bit easier for my colleagues and myself
I want a setup with 1 FOG server running on a VM with 2 NICs
1 that’s used to access it from our local network 192.168.10.0 and 1 that has it’s completely own network like 10.0.0.0 or 192.168.0.0
But since i’m running the DHCP from our USG40 I just wanted to share the config of the DHCP pool and I want to see if any of you can spot if there is any issue
btw we are only using Linux servers in the office but I don’t care about the distro so if you have any success stories or just a really good distro for FOG or FOG version please share you’re knowledge.
The workstation i’m cloning is a Dell OptiPlex 3070 Micro just wanted to share that aswell.
DHCP pool name : LAN1_POOL
network : 192.168.10.0, netmask : 255.255.255.0
domain name : none, lease time : 2 day 0 hour 0 min
host : none, hardware address : none
client identifier: none, client name : none
starting address : 192.168.10.33, pool size : 70
first dns server : ZyWALL, second dns server : 18.104.22.168
third dns server : none, default router : 192.168.10.250
first wins server: none, second wins server: none
authoritative : yes
bootp server ip : 192.168.10.45
bootfile : undionly.kpxe
Best regards juels