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WingDog
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Can SRX100/210/240 be a TFTP server?

Hi!

I want to make SRX at branch office to be an tftp server for thin clients PXE-boot.

Is it possible to do?

 

Thanks a lot! 

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spuluka
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Re: Can SRX100/210/240 be a TFTP server?

I don't have a box to test but this is where the 10.1 cli reference guide shows the tftp server configuration would exist if it is supported on the device.  You can try and use these configuration statements and setup tftp on an interface to see if they are permitted.

 

[edit routing-instances]

tftp {
      description text ; 
      interface interface-name {
         description text ;  
         no-listen; 
         server address {
           routing-instance [ value ];
         }  
      server address {
        routing-instance [ value ];
      }
     }

 

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Re: Can SRX100/210/240 be a TFTP server?

Hi ,

 

I have tried for TFTP under system services ( like ftp, dhcp etc) , but i couldn't find .  Though it is available as hidden  but its deprecated and NOT working. 

 

I can see that after configuring this system service tftp , udp port 69 is shown in system connections. but when I tried to connect to this device using tftp , I can see that my device is sending UDP TFTP port unreachable message back to the tftp client.

 


03:14:26.778340 Out IP 10.210.14.134 > 10.210.14.143: ICMP 10.210.14.134 udp port tftp unreachable, length 36

 


[edit]
lab@host2-b# run show version
Hostname: host2-b
Model: srx240h-p-m
JUNOS Software Release [10.4R1.9]

[edit]
lab@host2-b# run show configuration system services
ssh;
telnet;
tftp; ## Warning: 'tftp' is deprecated


lab@host2-b# run show system connections | match 69
udp4       0      0  *.69                                          *.*

[edit]
lab@host2-b#

 

Hope this helps :smileyhappy:

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Pradeep (JNCIP-SEC,ENT,SP)
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