tftp server

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hi anyone can tell me how can i make tftp server in linux for the boot rom networking with the microsoft client thanx mukesh

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what kind of linux machine do you have ?
if you have a redhat machine you can just run the service it’s under xinted.

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  • Boardinhank
    I have tftp on a redhat 8 box, I use it for tftping files from my routers.... the files reside under /var/tftp when I send them accross to the linux box the catch is I have to create the file that is going to be saved to on the server before I can write to it. I havent spent much time in figuring that out it took long enough to figure out that that was the issue in the first place. In linux you really have to make sure permissions are set correctly on things like this where it requires reading and writing files. If you are looking to make pc's grab a tftp image on boot or something of that nature make sure all files in the tftp dir are 777. read write to everyone, if it works then scale back and limit permissions till you are happy with the server security and ability to accomplish what you are trying to do.
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