Posted July 30, edited. If not it is “nvlnbps. Didn’t mean to insinuate you said “all”. Sign In Sign Up. I will not list those at this time. Seems you can just create it and nothing more. Imaging Dell Optiplex GX
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Just explaining that not all have orange. I’m sorry, but I’m not intimately familiar with your NIC card. But not all Dell systems. I still haven’t been able to use PXE Boot with the firewall turned on. Did you need to make any changes to the nw dhcp settings, like adding “DHCP forwarding” which is what I’m understanding from various TIDs to resolve this situation It’s detected, deployed, the pre-boot agent is running on it, along with adaptive agent.
I will not list those at this time. Register a new account. Can you post a picture of what it looks like?
These are desktop units, not laptops. I then inputted the zen gx207 ip address, server name and boot file name. Does the PXE boot screen give you any errors before moving on to xp? Seems you can just create it and nothing more.
How to configure BIOS to PXE boot on a Dell OptiPlex GX270
I found articles saying the orange color indicated a problem, but my connection works fine. It would take me all day. Have you tried restarting dhcp on your nw server? Orange is standard color for dell systems, when using Ethernet. Exiting Intel Boot Agent and no imaging occurs, Xp just loads on up off the local drive. Posted July 29, Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. The question is, what to do about it!
Doesn’t that LED’s three colors represent your current connection’s class speed? If not, you might try one of xg270 following options: My concern is whether or not it may be a sign of a potential problem, as I read somewhere, that is what it meant. Normally we don’t boot from the network at all, but from local drives, so I have no idea what should be in here.
Funny NIC problem with Dell GX
Last Jump to page: I then restarted our nw server and turned off the firewall on the zen nicc. Such that green is 10Base-T, orange is Base-T, and yellow is Base-T and all of that is dependent on the Ethernet side of your modem?
I am used to seeing both lights for the connection to be green! Already have an account? Sign in Already have an account?
Imaging Dell Optiplex GX Ken, It appears that in the past few days you have not received a response to your posting.
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Edited July 30, by Bobc