dhcp-server vrf Lab
range 10.10.11.20 10.10.11.50
default-router ip 10.10.11.1
netbios-name-server ip x.x.x.x
option 60 ascii "PXEClient"
option 66 ascii "name of PXE Server"
option 150 <ip of PXE Server>
Hi,Thank you for your suggestion - however it seems to have changed the error by using the "option 60 ascii "PXEClient"".When we add that option, regardless of the other option we use, we now receive an error stating "No Valid Offer Received". It also no longer shows the "Server IP" on the client when the PXE error appears.Previous we would get a "Server IP" showing one of our specific core switches (which is running DHCP) and a complaint that the boot file was not found - which is correct as the boot file sits on our imaging server.As a test, I have set up a DHCP server and set the core to run dhcp-relay. the DHCP server (Windows) has been set up with options 66 and 67 and the client now boots to the MDT server, so it feels like there is an issue with the config when running dhcp-server from the Aruba core.Is there any way to enable more detailed debugging or logs on the core to see what it is doing? My next option would be to set up wireshark but was hoping I could look at something on the switches first.Thanks
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