3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 29, 2016 3:54 PM by Jim Campbell

    how to configure the linux dhcpd.conf for uefi booting

    Evan John

      Hello all,

      We are testing the bare-metal installation with linux pxe8.7 on redhat6.5x64.Now we can provision server with bios booting (create the dhcpd.conf and gentoo file with bmc official pdf).But it failed for uefi booting with official pdf. our uefi booting dhcpd.conf is :

      ############################

        allow booting;

        allow bootp;

        allow duplicates;

        always-broadcast on;

        authoritative;

        ddns-update-style none;

        option bl-server code 211 = ip-address;

        option bl-port code 212 = unsigned integer 16;

        subnet 11.11.175.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 {

        range 11.11.175.15 11.11.175.50;

        option domain-name-servers ns1.internal.example.org;

        option domain-name "internal.example.org";

        option routers 11.11.175.254;

        option broadcast-address 11.11.175.255;

        default-lease-time 6000;

        max-lease-time 6000;

        #option vendor-class-identifier "PXEClient";

        option bl-server 11.11.176.5;

        option bl-port 9131;

        next-server 11.11.176.5;

        filename "EFI/RedHat/BOOTX64.efi";

      group {

          if option arch = 00:07 {

              filename "EFI/RedHat/BOOTX64.efi";

         }

          if option arch = 00:08 {

              filename "EFI/RedHat/BOOTX64.efi";

         }

          if option arch = 00:09 {

              filename "EFI/RedHat/BOOTX64.efi";

         }

          host rhvm7  {

              hardware ethernet 00:50:56:9e:2d:f9;

          }

      }

      }

      #####################################

      the dhcp service can not start successfully,the log is that:

      what is the correct dhcpd.conf file for uefi booting ?Thanks for help.