Yes, baremetal is setup to use DHCP (network boot). Baremetal dhcp works
fine in the provisioning network. That's how it was able to load user OS
from Ironic. Once it loaded user OS, it reboots using the user OS into the
tenant network. From watching the monitor, the baremetal did not send any
dhcp request on the boot into the tenant network.
On the boot up into the tenant network, the keyboard does not work.
Basically, baremetal booted up, but is not accessible.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 12:28 PM, Nasir Mahmood <nasir.mahm...@gmail.com>
> Is the BIOS on baremetal hardware configured to boot from dhcp. Looks like
> opposite to me .
> It should at least show you to boot either into local os or other
> available options like usb, network boot etc.
> On Oct 19, 2016 12:24 AM, "Rick Jones" <rick.jon...@hpe.com> wrote:
> On 10/18/2016 11:54 AM, Travis Vu wrote:
>> I used Openstack Ironic to provision baremetal. baremetal booted up in
>> provisioning network and loaded user OS. When baremetal rebooted into
>> tenant network, it did not send dhcp request. I cannot ping the tenant
>> IP address Ironic assigned to baremetal.
>> Why did baremetal not send dhcp request when booting up in tenant network?
>> How do get baremetal to dhcp for an IP address in tenant network?
>> Baremetal booted up without IP address and the keyboard does not work.
> Perhaps a silly question, but the user OS booted to the baremetal server
> was setup to do DHCP yes?
> rick jones
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