we use still LMS 2.5, RME 4.0.
The RME Config Archive Job shows for all VLANs the error: Couldnot create file in /tftpboot directory.Couldnot create file in /tftpboot directory. OR Couldnot change the file permissions for the file - /tftpboot.Unable to create a socket to /172.x.x.x
This is a new error and I have no idea what has changed.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Make sure /tftpboot exists, and has 1777 permissions. This is, of course, the default. If you are using a different tftpboot directory (as specified in /etc/inetd.conf), then make sure that directory exists, and has 1777 permissions. Make sure the devices in question can reach the LMS server via TFTP. This means that udp/69 and all ephemeral UDP ports should be open between device and server.