Cannot pull images from 3750 switches using tftp or rcp
We can't use ciscoworks to pull the software images using either tftp or rcp - I've got the correct enable passwords and read/write snmp settings on the switches and have also added the rcp lines to the switches and created the cwuser but ciscoworks still fails to pull the images - Does anyone know why ciscowork is not working?
The supported protocols for image transfer are: TFTP,RCP
Connecting to the device using TELNET...
Importing the image c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEB4.bin from the device flash into the Software Repository.
Image will be copied to rep_sw_8872231457940010018 using TFTP.
Re: Cannot pull images from 3750 switches using tftp or rcp
rcp is the second in the protocol tftp fails first with
"Failed to import the image c3750-ipbase-mz.122-25.SEB4.bin from device"
and I'm able to pull software images from another 2950 switch using tftp, so regarding tftp there's no problem on the ciscoworks end. The thing is why does not work for this other switch? I have the correct enable username and password and read and write community strings.
Has anyone else actually got Ciscoworks 2.5 to successfully pull software images??
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