Fog works fine for unicast, but it seems my network configuration is not entirely correct for multicast.
Debian 7.7 Wheezy fresh install with Fog 1.20 fresh install. Dependencies like mysql set up by Fog config.
Separate DHCP/name server running Wheezy as well.
next-server pointed at my tftpboot, pxe in itself works fine, coupled with WoL.
Separate Samba server with no LDAP running.
we’re using 255.255.255.0 range with address space quite filled right now (have about 15 dynamic addresses available with people using them often), need to get on a wider range.
There’s a minimum of two switches between every host and the dhcp server.
Fog server’s hosts file where king is the fog server:
The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
config.php (it’s a little empty, is there something missing I should have?):
define( “WEBROOT”, “/var/www/fog” );
The steps I have taken:
Bringing test hosts on the same subnet, plugged in the same switch as the fog server.
Run all steps in [url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Multicasting[/url] Troubleshooting section, everything working til Something else to try, where I get the connection and everything’s ready to send, but when I hit enter, the server shows both cliekala@king:~$ gunzip -c “/images/w72015pohi/d1p1.img” |
The udp defaults are the following:
[QUOTE]kala@king:~$ gunzip -c “/images/w72015pohi/d1p1.img” | /usr/local/sbin/udp-sender --min-receivers 2 --portbase 9000 --interface eth0 --half-duplex --ttl 32
Using mcast address 126.96.36.199
UDP sender for (stdin) at 192.168.7.6 on eth0
Broadcasting control to 188.8.131.52[/QUOTE]