Server 2008 WDS not working on new vlan
We recently split up our network up into 7 separate vlans due to a shortage of ip addresses. A new core switch (HP E5406ZL ) has been installed which seems to work effectively however I cannot seem to get the WDS (Server 2008 R2) working again.
The subnets are as follows -
All the servers (DNS,PDC,WDS etc) are on the same subnet (10.122.196.) Can any one help?
WDS has stopped working again
Attachment 14119Attachment 14120Hello every body !
After having successfully used the WDS server to image different machines\laptops on the network all last week, I shut it down on Friday. I powered it up today and found the client machines had the same error message appear -
"PXE-53: No boot filename received
PXE-MOF: Exiting HP PXE ROM."
I am unable to connect to machines I imaged on Friday but am able to ping the WDS server from them.
To get it working the first time I followed the instructions given by themightyMrP (Option 66 - set the IP address of the WDS server,as can be seen in word doc attached) and it worked a treat. As nothing has changed I dont understand why it has stoped working.
We are using a HP E530621 (J8697A) as a core switch ip 10.122.196.1, the WDS is on 10.122.196.59, the DNS (10.122.196.55) and DHCP (10.122.196.43) are all in the same (VLAN)subnet.
Maark suggested that I 'need to put ip helper-address for wds server in each vlan as well as your dhcp address' but as the WDS server was working I thought this step was not required. However today when I checked the core switch configuration report, this command is already been used for DHCP (please see attached swicth configuration report if I dont make sense)
Please help !!!
Many thanks for all your advice and support.