I’m relatively new to Fog so I’m hoping someone can help me out here…
I have an existing Fog server, running on Ubuntu Server. Works great. But now I want to move it onto its own separate network to reduce traffic, etc.
Ideally I’d like to have it completely isolated on its own network, with no internet connection. Just a Fog server and a switch and a bunch of clients for reimaging purposes only.
Previously the Fog server relied on one of our Windows 2003 servers to handle DHCP, DNS, etc. Now I need to reconfigure the Fog server to do this.
When I try to rerun the installfog.sh in the installation directory (/opt/fog/bin), the script shows my current settings and asks me if I wish to continue. But there’s no option to modify the settings. There must be some way to rerun the script to adjust the DHCP/DNS/Using Fog DHCP settings, but I’m stuck finding it.
Meanwhile, as a test, I edited /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/resolv.conf to update the settings to point to a separate network and it sort of worked. The clients boot up (using a spare Windows DHCP server I had) and I get the Fog PXE menu to show. However when I go to register the hosts, they all report an error message that they can’t register due to the following error: (blank)
So I switched things back to the way they were for now so I could use it, but I really would like to have it on its own network…I’m assuming I’m missing some steps, another file that needs to be edited.
How do I rerun the installfog.sh to modify the settings? Does Fog need an internet connection once it’s set up?
Thanks for any help,