I am trying to perform a network boot so I can deploy images directly to the workstation using MDT.
The network is divided into 2 segments, with each segment having its own DHCP server and full communication between segments.
The WDS / MDT server is physically located in segment 1. I can do a PXE boot without issue and deploy my image.
However, on segment 2, when trying a PXE boot, the system searches for the DHCP information. I was having difficulty and make the appropriate definitons within DHCP.
The system in segment 2 now gets a an address:
client ip x.x.x.x
dhcp ip x.x.x.x
There is no value for TFTP.
All the address information is correct for x.x.x.x.
Is it not booting because TFTP information is missing?
I get the following after the line tftp.
pxe-m0f: exiting intel boot agent
Does anyone know why this is happening?
Could I be missing a parameter within the DHCP settings?
Thanks in advance.