desai.jaideep Thu, 05/17/2007 - 02:43
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Hi


Can u post the hyperterminal output. Also which tftp server u are using?



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desai.jaideep Thu, 05/17/2007 - 03:58
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Never have used this tftp server. I use Solarwinds. Can u try that?



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Richard Burts Thu, 05/17/2007 - 06:01
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Aubrey


Am I correct that this output is from 3CDaemon (or perhaps 3Cserver)? I have used that software frequently with good success. So I am not confident that using a different TFTP server will necessarily solve your problem.


I find the output a bit difficult to interpret since it shows multiple transfers some of which are successful and some of which are not.


There is one error clearly shown which is about failure to overwrite a file. In the configuration of the TFTP server there is a checkbox for Allow overwirte of existing files. Check to see whether this check box is checked or not. The help file also indicates that if the file on the server is marked read only that you will get an error if you attempt to overwrite even if the check box is checked. So it might be useful to check on the permissions of the file on the server.


I am not clear whether the error code is related to the overwrite issue or not. I would suggest that you make a new attempt to write the file to TFTP, after restarting the TFTP server software so that the one attempt is the only thing showing in the TFTP server output.


Also it would be helpful to know what message you get on the router when the server generates this error code.


HTH


Rick

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