we have just recently made a change in where we moved clients from one segment to a new one. We are using WDS for PXE boot and the WDS server (MDT 2013) is on a different segment than the clients. The Palo is our DHCP server for clients and we have defined some options in our DHCP scope (option 66 pointing to the WDS server and option 67 pointing to the bootfile).
This setup is not working, the PXE boot process stops telling me it cannot find the TFPT server (PXE-032). Any suggestions are much appreciated.
Yes, it is a bit confusing. Are you able to test this set-up with the PC/laptop connected to this subinterface? You can initiate TFTP by connecting to the TFTP server with the tftp32 or similar software from the laptop GUI. This, at least, will prove policy and Layer 3 correct operation.
Hmm, okey, I've now been able to get a file from the TFTP/WDS server by putting my client on the PXE client subnet;
C:\temp>tftp -i vr-deploy.invmgt.wan get Boot\x64\wdsmgfw.efi
Transfer successful: 1007968 bytes in 2 second(s), 503984 bytes/s
This would mean that the communication between the different subnets is working in regards of TFTP. I took some time though for the connection to be established, the PXE-032 error I get when PXE session is started might emply there's a timing issue?
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