The pxe server is not responding.
- if ipv6 is enabled on the adapter, either disable it, or add -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true to the pxe options in the registry and restart pxe
- if the dhcp server and the pxe server are on the same box, make sure none of the pxe startup options in the registry have an option like ‘listenDHCP’.
- if the dhcp server and pxe server are on the same box, make sure the PXEClient option is set in dhcp
- make sure the windows firewall is open on 67-69/udp and 4011/udp
- look in the pxe.log to see if you are getting communication from the target.
Is IPV6 enable on the pxe server ?
Also, have you defined the DHCP scope options ?
Look at these
Thanks for all reply, i have configured this box for Linux Provisioning as well , and its working fine, I mean if i boot a bare metal device and choose option Linux in VMware workstation it gets the DHCP and other details without any issue, but when i create a Bare metal device for windows 2008 it get the aboved mentioned error.
Even though i disabled the IPV6 and had the ipv4 stack entery already in the blpxe.conf file still getting the attached error message.
Is the windows VM on the same vlan as the linux vm ?
Yes , both ( Windows / Linux ) on the same VLan.
I got the Windows Prov system boot with BL PXE service and it's resovled the previous error message where i was not getting IP / PXE service for the that, but now i am stuck with the attached message and showing
BMI : get next state........... and these dots keep going on nothing happened next.
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I resolved now all those error which i was getting in Win 2008 Pxe / provisioning boot. Here is the story.
I used VMware workstation 8.0 for my BSA v82 ( Win2k8 based ) + MSSQL 2008 ( Win2k8 Based ), so i configured Linux Provisioning successfully , after that i tried to configure Windows Prov per the pxe guide. So i always chose Windows 2008 server in VMWare workstation 8.0 for new Win Prov Device and it did not get the pxe boot , but when i choose other version of windows in VMware workstation v8 then it got the IP address and other settings and get it installed.
that doesn't make sense. boot a linux vm - does it still work?
are you sure they are on the same vlan ?