I'd check /var/log/messages for anything regarding TFTP. Also, make
sure that the TFTP daemon is indeed starting up, like this.|
ps ax | grep tftp
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John Montoya wrote:
This is simply for my own learning curve / info library... I have 5-EL up and running on my test server - test "tweaking". I noticed that the default installed set the embedded NIC as "eth1" (to the outside world) - and the second NIC as eth0 (inside network). No harm... but then found the link: http://k12ltsp.org/mediawiki/index.php/Assigning_eth0_and_eth1_to_specific_NICs So of course, I swapped them as instructed. Restarted all the services, re-boot the server (for grins & giggles) - everything booted up fine. Now my embedded NIC (to the world) was eth0 and the second NIC was eth1 (inside network) - everything went well - so I thought... Basically it killed TFTP... dhcp served out IPs like it should have, but the clients had TFTP timeout errors. Looked everywhere to find a config... but no luck. Reversed everything back to the original config (eth1 back to eth0) and it's all working again. Of course this is not critical and I now I'm very ok with my embedded NIC being "eth1" <grin>... But what else did I break (for future reference) and this is only when someone has time (or the answer on their finger tips). thanks, -john -- This message was scanned by KCSOS and is believed to be clean. _______________________________________________ K12OSN mailing list K12OSN redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn For more info see <http://www.k12os.org>