A question regarding the TFTP for several clusters. Following is quoted from srnd.
Question is: tftp 1 only defines the local directory for tftp2 as alternative. How this can be resolved? I thought it should add
\\TFTP2_IP\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP2. Then it will search that shared folder for the files that phones register on cluster 2. Unless the tftp2 will auto copy its folder to tftp1? Thanks
Following is quoted:
Alternate File Location 1: c:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP2 http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_implementation_design_guide_chapter09186a00806e8c42.html#wp1043378
Example 3-4 Alternate TFTP FIle Locations
A large campus system is deployed using three clusters, and each cluster contains a TFTP server. TFTP1, the TFTP server for Cluster1, is configured as the centralized TFTP server for the campus. The other clusters and TFTP servers are named in sequence as TFTP2 for Cluster2 and TFTP3 for Cluster3. In all subnets, the DHCP scope provides TFTP1's IP address as Option 150.
First, TFTP2 and TFTP3 are configured to write their configuration files to TFTP1's drive, each in a different subdirectory, as follows:
?TFTP2's alternate file location is set to: \\TFTP1_IP\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP2
?TFTP3's alternate file location is set to: \\TFTP1_IP\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP3
Second, TFTP1 is configured to search in the alternate file locations as follows:
?Alternate File Location 1: c:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP2
?Alternate File Location 2: c:\Program Files\Cisco\TFTPpath\TFTP3