I'm trying to setup a PXE server with dnsmasq as a dhcp-proxy.
It works well with client-arch=0 (x86 legacy clients) but UEFI client doesn't even terminate the DHCP packets exchange with the PXE server, and not even a pxe-prompt (setted with dnsmasq) appears on those newer clients.
I have made dumps of the DHCP dialog between PXE server and clients with Wireshark, I see some differences but I can't figure why only legacy clients connect successfully with my server.
Dump of DHCP messages between PXE server and UEFI client (Don't work :( )
I couldn't find a working configuration online: following a lot of examples, all I get is that UEFI systems don't exchange final REQUEST/ACK with PXE server.
port=0 interface=bond log-dhcp dhcp-range=192.168.1.200,proxy,255.255.255.0 dhcp-no-override dhcp-option=vendor:,6,2b pxe-prompt="Press any key for boot menu", 5 dhcp-match=set:x86PC, option:client-arch, 0 dhcp-match=set:BC_EFI, option:client-arch, 7 pxe-service=tag:x86PC,x86PC, "Legacy BIOS PXE", bios/pxelinux pxe-service=tag:BC_EFI,BC_EFI, "UEFI PXE", efi64/syslinux.efi dhcp-boot=tag:x86PC, bios/pxelinux.0 dhcp-boot=tag:BC_EFI, efi64/syslinux.efi
Is out there a solution?
EDIT: I'm using version 2.76, with UEFI support (see changelog on official site).
EDIT2: My UEFI client is classified as PXEClient:Arch:00007 (so, BC_EFI is the correct dnsmasq arch tag).