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CiscoWorks2000-RME(3.5) error: copyInvalidServerAddress

We manage routers outside our our NAT...we have gone thru all the hoops of modifing the "config.properties" file and putting in the NAT'ed address of our server in the device attributes of these routers that lie outside. We are still unable to add their IOS images into the library (even though the configurations get backed-up no problem). Here's the error msg:

Start images uploading from device to library:

Number of images to upload: 1

Uploading image flash:c3640-bin-mz.123-9a.bin of size 8543776 from AP3640 (#1 of 1)

Start time: 16 Dec 2005 12:30:03 EST

Error Info Code: 4159.

Device Error: The copy to/from flash operation failed.

Probable Cause: Flash copy failed with return code of

copyInvalidServerAddress. Recommended Action: Retry the operation. If

the problem persists, contact your technical support representative

for assistance.

Image(s) uploading terminated.

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Re: CiscoWorks2000-RME(3.5) error: copyInvalidServerAddress

Hello,

did you perform this step as well?

While adding the device outside the NAT boundary, in addition to the Device Name field, provide the public address of the Essentials server in User Field X.

So if the USER_FIElD=3, the public ip address would be in user field 3.

HTH

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Re: CiscoWorks2000-RME(3.5) error: copyInvalidServerAddress

Hi, yes...in the config.properties file the default field is in #3...so when we updated the device attributes for all of our routers (that lie outside) in RME...We added the public address of our server into the "field 3" box...we are running RME 3.5 with IDU 10. We have gone back and forth with TAC for weeks on this, getting VERY little response.

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Re: CiscoWorks2000-RME(3.5) error: copyInvalidServerAddress

That's curious. Are you able to get IOS images from within the NAT boundary? I see that your config's fetch just fine, are you using TFTP transport for that function too, or is it RCP?

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Re: CiscoWorks2000-RME(3.5) error: copyInvalidServerAddress

We are using TFTP (we've disable RCP)

Yes, we are able to add IOS images from our devices inside our NAT (here's the output from our 4507):

Start images uploading from device to library:

Number of images to upload: 1

Uploading image bootflash:cat4000-i5s-mz.121-19.EW1.bin of size 9044200 from core_4507 (#1 of 1)

Start time: 16 Dec 2005 12:35:07 EST

Image uploaded successfully.

Image(s) uploading completed.

....I am upgrading to RME - IDUv13 today. We've blown the box away several times and reloaded all the way to this point with no success..we'll try one more time.

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