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TFTP Configuration of CNR

Having trouble finding the actual location of the TFTP files that the TFTP server is accessing. Running solaris 8 (solaris Tftp off). Do you have the dir where CNR defaults for the TFTP files, or is there a way to access it from CNR? Please help.

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Re: TFTP Configuration of CNR

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Re: TFTP Configuration of CNR

Do you really mean CNR (Cisco Network Registrar), or are you talking about RME config files.

RME config files are held in:

../CSCOPx/files/inventory..

There are then two subdirectories, ./archive and ./shadow.

The shadow directory contains images by IP address under categories of IOS, Catalyst, IOS Catalyst. These are the latest configs.

The archive directory contains latest configs and previous versions, although in a more cryptic format of file name convention.

Regards,

Ian

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Re: TFTP Configuration of CNR

try /var/nwreg2/data/tftp. normal users do not have access to this directory.

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