@george1421 I know this isn’t expected and is super insecure. I can secure things later as needed (or just security by obscurity…possibly even turning it off when not in use) but we’ll worry about that if it works as expected.
I believe I’m ahead of you.
I can ping OVH, get to fogserver url and management pages.
Instead of installing tftp in windows I used a linux box - in both my network, and the OVH network.
OVH worked, however my network did not. I then (for shits and giggles) created a storage node in my own network, pointing it to the OVH fogserver, and pointed my DHCP from the 167.x OVH IP, to my storage node. Changed storage node to 0 clients.
This gave me success, in all forms.
So for whatever reason, the tftp connection won’t open between behind my pfsense box and the OVH server. I can see the ports going through the logs - but I get single:no_traffic as the status.
I guess what I’d love to try to do is this:
Create a USB device that houses the ipxe kernel, and information for undionly.kpxe/ipxe.efi to point to that server out in the wild. Put all the TFTP boot files on this drive.
I did image from/to the OVH server. Just couldn’t boot to it.