[CentOS] kickstart, no dhcp reply received.
fabian.arrotin at arrfab.net
Fri May 26 18:40:34 UTC 2006
Are these two machines connected to the same network switch ? i have
dhcp problems in my kickstart too but it depends on which network switch
the machine is connected ... i've asked the network admin guy to have a
look at the port configuration (using cisco switches) because if i use
another switch (or connect the same machine on a simple 3com hub linked
behind a cisco one) the kickstart is ok ...
I suppose it's the same problem ...
FYI i have this problem with a IBM x306m with broadcom nic inside ...
On Fri, 2006-05-26 at 11:22 -0700, Fong Vang wrote:
> I'ts hardware related. I have two supposedly similar machines from
> the same order. One kicks fine and not the other. BIOS setting is
> the same on both servers. This is strange.
> anyway, thanks for all the responses.
> On 5/26/06, Will McDonald <wmcdonald at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 25/05/06, Fong Vang <sudoyang at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > May 24 23:01:38 fong-31-100 in.tftpd : tftp: client does not
> > > > accept options
> > Googling for "in.tftpd tftp: client does not accept options" returns
> > lots of results which imply this is pretty typical when Kickstarting
> > systems and doesn't prevent the boot/install process from working. And
> > lots of stuff about Broadcom interfaces in particular.
> > > That's how I'm kicking. Again, this profile works fine on a
> > > different machine. I'm thinking that it's hardware related.
> > Have you tried completely disabling one of the interfaces in the BIOS
> > to see if this gets you any further?
> > Will.
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