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When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the config?

I want to do a "boot host" (using TFTP) from a router, but I don't know the default path where the config files live on CiscoWorks. The router requires the path. Can you tell me what that path is?

I also want to make sure that CiscoWorks is set up as a TFTP server for this. Is it set up as a TFTP server by default or is there something that I need to do to make it that way??

Thanks.

Bob

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Red

Re: When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the c

The files are indeed saved in a specific location,

however they need to be copied from that location to

the /tftpboot directory in order to have a successful

tftp transfer.

The default location varies depending on which version of CiscoWorks you are running.

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Red

Re: When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the c

You will have to move the config file to the tftpboot directory on the CiscoWorks server.

Is CiscoWorks installed on Windows or Solaris?

New Member

Re: When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the c

I was under the impression that the config files that CiscoWorks stores are located in a default directory and are called -confg. From your response, I take it that this is not the case. Rather, I will have to create a directory for this. Is this the correct understanding??

We are running Solaris.

Thanks,

Red

Re: When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the c

The files are indeed saved in a specific location,

however they need to be copied from that location to

the /tftpboot directory in order to have a successful

tftp transfer.

The default location varies depending on which version of CiscoWorks you are running.

New Member

Re: When doing "boot host", what's the CiscoWorks path for the c

Thank-you.

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