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Copy tftp problems with sub-interface

I have a 2811 router at a remote location. The router's Ethernet port has 3 subinterfaces, - the main interface is unnumbered but 0/0.1, 0/0.2 and 0/0.3 are numbered and are using dot1q encapsulation. If I do a ping command I have to do the extended ping and choose what interface I want to use. That has been working for me but now I need to copy the config to a ftp server but it is not working. I believe it is similar to the ping problem because it doesn't know what interface to use but I can't specify what interface to use in a copy command. Am I overlooking something really simple? The VLAN 1 interface is tagged as native. Thanks.

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: Copy tftp problems with sub-interface

Hi

Just to be clear, are you talking about tftp or ftp because you mention ftp in your message.

Assuming tftp try this command

ip tftp source-interface "interface"

HTH

Jon

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: Copy tftp problems with sub-interface

Hi

Just to be clear, are you talking about tftp or ftp because you mention ftp in your message.

Assuming tftp try this command

ip tftp source-interface "interface"

HTH

Jon

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Re: Copy tftp problems with sub-interface

Yes I meant tftp. That is what I needed - thanks for the quick reply, it's already working.

Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: Copy tftp problems with sub-interface

Glad to have helped

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