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    FOG with multiple NIC's

    I am looking at setting FOG up on a small testing network.

    Does Fog work across multiple network cards? E.G: My server has 2 NIC's that link into two seperate networks, I would like to distribute OS's, through Fog, through both of the networks. The two networks cannot currently see each other.

    I will be installing Fog on the latest version Ubuntu server.

    I realise this is a very brief description but it may be enough to generate some discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNoble View Post
    Does Fog work across multiple network cards?
    Yes - I have a FOG server running as a virtual machine that services both an internal test network and the main network.

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    What did you do to set this up? I can't seem to find any configuration settings for changing the NIC used for PXE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNoble View Post
    What did you do to set this up? I can't seem to find any configuration settings for changing the NIC used for PXE.
    Information about PXE boot servers is dished out by your DHCP server. You'll have a DHCP server for each network, so you simply need to set up PXE fields on each of them. Each network will see the PXE server as a different IP address, of course, so make sure you use the right IP address on the right DHCP server.



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