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Problem with write net :cldbcogw1.cfg from PIX 506E 6.3(5)

New user of Cisco gear and this is my first question submitted here so please bear with me ...

Have a new PIX 506E with 6.3(5)

Have a Solaris system for a tftp server

Have the tftp-server configured on PIX as:

tftp-server inside clmco2223 /tftpboot

I have a name statement in the PIX config:

name 192.168.222.3 clmco2223

Permissions for /tftpboot on Solaris system are 777

Permissions for cldbcogw1.cfg file on Solaris system are 777

netadmin@clmco2223-$ cd /tftpboot

netadmin@clmco2223-$ ls -la

total 6

drwxrwxrwx 3 nobody other 512 Mar 29 06:59 .

drwxr-xr-x 35 root root 1024 Mar 29 06:47 ..

-rwxrwxrwx 1 root other 0 Mar 29 06:59 cldbcogw1.cfg

When I attempt to execute the write net command, here's what I get ...

cldbclgw1(config)# write net :cldbcogw1.cfg

Building configuration...

TFTP write '/tftpboot/cldbcogw1.cfg' at clmco2223 on interface 1

Access violation

[FAILED]

If I manually tftp from another system to this one (clmco2223), the transfer works fine.

Does anybody have any insight?

Thanks,

Roy

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Re: Problem with write net :cldbcogw1.cfg from PIX 506E 6.3(5)

Looks like the TFTP Server allows just to write in existing local files.

Create a file with the name < cldbcogw1.cfg > in the Solrais TFTP Server directory.

cd ../Folder of TFTP Server/

touch cldbcogw1.cfg

And then try again to write the file.

Hope that helps

Patrick

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Re: Problem with write net :cldbcogw1.cfg from PIX 506E 6.3(5)

Appreciate the reply ...

I'd already done what you had suggested.

" Permissions for /tftpboot on Solaris system are 777

Permissions for cldbcogw1.cfg file on Solaris system are 777

netadmin@clmco2223-$ cd /tftpboot

netadmin@clmco2223-$ ls -la

total 6

drwxrwxrwx 3 nobody other 512 Mar 29 06:59 .

drwxr-xr-x 35 root root 1024 Mar 29 06:47 ..

-rwxrwxrwx 1 root other 0 Mar 29 06:59 cldbcogw1.cfg "

Any other suggestions?

Re: Problem with write net :cldbcogw1.cfg from PIX 506E 6.3(5)

Hmm I allready had the same problem with a secure tftp server but I do not remember what exactly I had done. I think you need 777 on an allready created file. Use also the < /filename >.

Add this line into your PIX:

tftp-server interface-name TFTPServerIP /filename

Then execute:

wr net

sincerely

Patrick

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