Assuming that you are using Ethernet, you'll need a cross over cable or hub/switch to connect the router to the TFTP server PC.
Also, if memory serves me correctly, if you are attempting this on a 2600 that has a token ring & ethernet interface, and you are trying to tftp via token ting, you need to set a variable to tell the router to use the token ring interface and not the ethernet which is default.
In answer to the FIRST LAN PORT, I think if your 2600 has more than one ethernet port you have to use a specific port rather than being able to use any of them.
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