Unable to PXE Boot to K2000 due to TFTP server use
Working on installing the K1 & K2 for a large university and we have an issue getting the clients to PXE boot to the K2000. I'm not a network guy so I don't fully understand some things but the issue is the university has IP phones and they require the TFTP server. If we setup the K2000 for this the phone system would crap out (what I was told). We tried different vLan's to see if anything would work but according to the network boss it's the TFTP reply it's looking for.
Booting from a USB flash drive does work BUT they don't want every technician (24) to have to carry a flash drive. They want the tech to be able to PXE boot and continue on.
The university has three large campuses and they are spread out over the city. They have 180+ vLan's and close to 2K machines. They just became a Dell shop and are starting to replace all machines with Dells so they figured this would be the best way to start imaging them.
Anyone have any experience with large rollouts like this?
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