Hi. Given a setup where routerA with ip add 10.0.1.1/24 on s0 which is connected to s1 of routerB which in turn has s0 with ip add of 10.0.2.1/24 connected to s1 of another router, routerC, with ip add of 10.0.2.2/24. Using tftpdnld, what should be the default gateway if routerC is acting as the tftp server?
Hi Jon. Thanks for the reply. My question is in a scenario where I am in rommon mode of routerA without a valid IOS. So i guess i would be defining the ip add of the router, subnetmask, tftp ip add, and default gateway in rommon. Afterwards i would be executing the tftpdnld command in rommon. I just need to verify what default gateway ip to enter in routerA prior running tftpdnld. RouterA is sequentially connected to routerB and routerB is sequentially connected to routerC which is the tftp server. I am inclined to think that the default gateway would be the interface of routerB facing routerA. Is this correct?
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