One RSA Unable to PXE Boot

We have 3 RSAs in our environment along with the primary server. The primary and 2 RSAs function normally. The third RSA does not PXE boot. 

The boot process reports:
NBP filename is ipxe.efi
NBP filesize is 687464 Bytes
Downloading NBP file...

It waits a bit and then shows No Bootable Device.

The RSA is a VM. The terminal shows:
(da0:mpt0:0:0:0): CAM status: CCB request terminated by the host

Any assistance would be much appreciated. We're completely unable to image devices at this location.


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Posted by: lbradbury 10 months ago
Senior White Belt

Top Answer

Turns out to be an internal networking issue.

Thanks for the help.

Posted by: Hobbsy 10 months ago
Red Belt

I would suggest that you sync a working KBE across to that RSA again, and then set that as the default.

Remember however that this may be a drivers issue, so the hardware you are trying to boot to the network may not have drivers in the KBE on that RSA

Posted by: lbradbury 10 months ago
Senior White Belt

I've deleted and resynced the system image and the KBE, but it still will not boot.

I can successfully boot to the same model computer at other locations so it shouldn't be a driver issue.

Any other suggestions would be appreciated.


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