6.4. Booting from the Network using PXE
Configure the computer to boot from the network interface. This option is in the BIOS, and may be labeled
Network Boot or
Boot Services. Once you properly configure PXE booting, the computer can boot the Fedora installation system without any other media.
If your PC does not boot from the netboot server, ensure that the BIOS is configured to boot first from the correct network interface. Some BIOS systems specify the network interface as a possible boot device, but do not support the PXE standard. Refer to your hardware documentation for more information.
Multiple NICs and PXE installation
Some servers with multiple network interfaces may not assign eth0 to the first network interface as BIOS knows it, which can cause the installer to try using a different network interface than was used by PXE. To change this behavior, use the following in
pxelinux.cfg/* config files:
The configuration options above causes the installer to use the same network interface as BIOS and PXE use. You can also use the following option:
This option causes the installer to use the first network device it finds that is linked to a network switch.