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PXE Boot

I cannot get my clients to PXE boot, I can however boot with a cd and query for work and it picks up the work that I have given the client from the ZCM console.

novell-tftp is running, I did a netstat -a and I can see that tftp is in fact running. They are on the same vlan, and I have never had an issue with ZFD 7. Does the novell-proxydhcp need to be running in an environment that I have descirbed?

I have tried setting debug on the log files pertaining to preboot services, but I don't see anything going by in the logs.

Any ideas?

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Re: PXE Boot

Do you run DHCP server on the same server as ZCM?

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Cgrossko,

> Does the novell-proxydhcp need to be running in an
> environment that I have descirbed?
>

assuming this is a different subnet than your ZDM7 server, yes

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No, DHCP is served from a Netware 6.5 box. They are on the same subnet.

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Cgrossko,

not whatI was saying - you implied that pdhcp was already running on
your zdm7 server.

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answered my own question. I turned pdhcp on and the rest was magic.

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Cgrossko,

nice

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