Hi, I've repeatedly seen in docs that devices registered on CCM have config files that they download from TFTP on startup. I tried to make a search on the publisher CCM for *.cnf.xml and found nothing. I recall that in older versions of CCM (like 3.2) I did see those files in TFTPPath directory. Can anyone advise? Thanks.
In CCM 3.3 there is a TFTP Service parameter 'Enable Caching of Configuration Files'. You need to go to Advanced settings in order to see it.
Enable Caching of Configuration Files : Usually set to true, which is the default. When this parameter is set to true, all the CNF and XML files are built and kept only in memory. When this parameter is set to false, TFTP will write all the CNF and XML files to the disk under TFTP path. Writing these files to the disk can take a long time if a large number of devices exist in the network.
This is a required field.
If you need to have access to those files for any reason, just set the paramter to False
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