Pxe boot problem



  • I have a centos7 vm acting as a tftp server or pxe boot server.
    It was working, no problems.
    I've now copied the contents from that tftpboot to pfsense's /tftpboot
    "No such file or directory" when trying to boot via pxe.

    • where can I find logs of tftpd?
    • what's the entry file of pfsense's tftp server?
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  • So my wild guess here is, there is no default filename and the GUI doesn't offer any method to set it or change it in dhcpd conf.
    I could set it manually but yeah it would get overwritten by each change of config.

    So I'd need to change the source template. Where can that be found?

    Honestly expected more from the much praised pfsense.
    Apparently <2.3 had that feature but not anymore.


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