TFTP Configuration Mode Commands

TFTP Configuration Mode Commands
TFTP Configuration Mode Commands
The TFTP configuration mode is used to manage the TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) servers for the
current context.
Command Modes
Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration > Tunnel TFTP Configuration
configure > context context_name > server tftpd
Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:
[local]host_name(config-tftpd)#
Important
The commands or keywords/variables that are available are dependent on platform type, product version,
and installed license(s).
• do show, page 2
• end, page 3
• exit, page 4
• max servers, page 5
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do show
do show
Executes all show commands while in Configuration mode.
Product
All
Privilege
Security Administrator, Administrator
Syntax Description
do show
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to run all Exec mode show commands while in Configuration mode. It is not necessary to
exit the Config mode to run a show command.
The pipe character | is only available if the command is valid in the Exec mode.
Caution
There are some Exec mode show commands which are too resource intensive to run from Config mode.
These include: do show support collection, do show support details, do show support record and do
show support summary. If there is a restriction on a specific show command, the following error message
is displayed:
Failure: Cannot execute 'do show support' command from Config mode.
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end
end
Exits the current configuration mode and returns to the Exec mode.
Product
All
Privilege
Security Administrator, Administrator
Syntax Description
end
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to return to the Exec mode.
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exit
exit
Exits the current mode and returns to the parent configuration mode.
Product
All
Privilege
Security Administrator, Administrator
Syntax Description
exit
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to return to the parent configuration mode.
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max servers
max servers
Configures the maximum number of TFTP servers that can be started within any 60-second interval. If this
limit is reached, the system waits two minutes before trying to start any more servers.
Product
All
Privilege
Security Administrator, Administrator
Command Modes
Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration > Tunnel TFTP Configuration
configure > context context_name > server tftpd
Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:
[local]host_name(config-tftpd)#
Syntax Description
max servers count
count
Specifies the maximum number of TFTP servers that can be spawned in any 60-second interval. count must
be an integer from 1 through 100. Default: 40
Usage Guidelines
Use this command to set the number of servers to tune the system response, as a heavily loaded system may
need more servers to support the incoming requests.
The converse would be true in that a system can benefit by reducing the number of servers such that TFTP
services do not cause excessive system impact to other services.
Examples
The following command sets the maximum number of TFTP servers to 30:
max servers 30
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max servers
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