I have a number of routers (1700, 2600, 3640) that I manage in remote locations connected by Frame Relay links. I have no problem downloading or uploading either configs or images to any of my routers but the 3640's. I have tried using defferent tftp servers, connecting to different interfaces (LAN or WAN), changing the config register, but I still cannot upload a new image to the 3640's. I can however download the image currently on them and the configs. Any ideas? I really do not want to travel to the site and use xmodem just to do this.
One issue I've seen is when the interface of the router that faces the TFTP server (indirectly) is on a non advertised network. Then the tftp server cant find it for the tftp. In other words, if you telnet to the lan side ip address of the router can you ping the tftp server? The ping will use the serial side address just like the tftp. If it fails then you need to add that serial network to your routing process.
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