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TFTP Menu Options

The TFTP menu bar displays five items: Exit, Settings, PutFiles, GetFiles, and Help. The Exit item terminates the TFTP session, and the Help item displays help information available about the TFTP. The other three are described below.


The Settings Item

The Settings item allows you to specify parameters and modes of transfers. When you select this item, the TFTP Settings dialog box appears:

You can cancel any changes you make to the dialog box by clicking on Cancel. By clicking on OK, current settings are stored in the xwp.ini file and become the defaults for future TFTP sessions.

The following input fields and check boxes are available:

Host

This field is used to specify a network node name or IP address for the host that you wish to connect to. When you click on the scroll arrow beside the Host box, a drop-down box will display host definitions being in your hosts file. To select a host, click on an appropriate definition.

File(s)

This field is used to specify one or more names for files you are about to transfer. File names are separated by a space.

Remote directory

This field is used to specify a file directory on the host.

Local directory

This field is used to specify a file directory on your PC.

Per-packet retransmission timeout (sec)

This field lets you set the per-packet retransmission timeout, in seconds. The default value is 5 sec.

Total retransmission timeout (sec)

This field lets you set the total retransmission timeout, in seconds. The default value is 25 sec.

Binary Mode

This check box is used to toggle between ASCII and binary modes for transfers. The default setting is disabled.

Trace

This check box allows you to toggle packet tracing. The default setting is disabled.

Verbose

This check box is used to toggle verbose mode of transfers. The default setting is disabled.


The PutFiles Item

The PutFiles item initiates putting one or more files to the remote directory, all specified in the TFTP Settings dialog box. The remote host is assumed to be a UNIX machine. Note that for every sent file, the UNIX-site file is to exist with the same name and the permission to write for all user categories.


The GetFiles Item

The GetFiles item initiates getting one or more files from the remote directory, all specified in the TFTP Settings dialog box. Note that every received file is to have the permission to read for all user categories.






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