or Trivial File Transfer Protocol, is a very basic file transfer
protocol. It is very simple, doesn’t have any security
authentication, and usually used for transferring small
files. It uses UDP, which doesn’t have error checking like
TCP does. And, it’s best suited for transferring smaller files over
a LAN, rather than an larger network like the Internet.
For a network administrator, TFTP is an essential way of backing up
router and switch configuration files. It could also be used to
providing PXE boot files to thin-clients or network-based
workstation installation systems.
NetDecision Script Language provides functions that allow to
interact with TFTP server. Refer to NetDecision Managed File
Transfer (MFT) Server documentation for more information.
The set of TFTP functions implemented in NetDecision Script
Language is fully standards compliant:
- Implements RFC 1350, RFC2347, RFC2348, RFC2349
- Support all RFC defined
- Total Size (tsize)
- Block Size (blksize)
- Support block numbers
rollover/wrap (allows to transfer large files up to 4GB)
||Dounloads a file from TFTP server.
||Uploads a file to TFTP server.
||Cisco configuration management