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change ATA config when usetftp = 1

Is there a quick way to change a parameter on the ATA without creating a new bin file? Or is there a way to change the usetftp to 0 so it doesn't go out to download the old config file?

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Re: change ATA config when usetftp = 1

You can browse to the ATA by using its IP address (http://x.x.x.x) and change parameters from there. UseTFTP is under Network Parameters.

Brandon

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Re: change ATA config when usetftp = 1

Yes, I know I can change it there. However, since it was setup by TFTP it reverts back to the config on the TFTP server after a certain amount of time. I'm wondering if there is a way to quickly change this so that it will not download the config from the tftp.

Re: change ATA config when usetftp = 1

So if you change usetftp to 0 through the web browser and update, it still goes back and grabs the config from the TFTP server?

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Re: change ATA config when usetftp = 1

Yes, that is correct. If you change the usetftp to 0 and then hit update it will keep that configuration until the ata is reset or until the cfgintvl is reached. If you put in http://ip address/reset it will also go to the tftp server and download the cached config.

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