Solarwinds TFTP Server Configuration

Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol Server Configuration

In this article you will learn how to do Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) Server Configuration. Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server is one of the best Trivial File Transfer Protocols available in the market.

Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server is one of the best Trivial File Transfer Protocols available in the market. It supports a file transfer of up to 4 giga bytes. Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server software can be downloaded from their website by just signing up.

It is available for free of cost. Installation of Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server is very easy and flexible. Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server provides security by authorizing an individual IP address or a group of IP addresses. Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server helps to take the back up of Cisco routers and switches Operating systems and their configuration files.

To configure Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server, follow this simple steps

  1. Make sure that server and client are in the same network.
  2. Test the connectivity between the server and clients using ping utility.
  3. Click on Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server that is available in the programs of start menu.
  4. A new window pops up
  5. Click on file button in the menu bar and select configure to start configuring the Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server.
  6. Click on start to start TFTP server.
  7. The service is started and this can be verified by seeing the status.
  8. Make a note of default root directory location of the server.
  9. We can change the default location of the root directory, but changing the default location is optional.

Now test the server by sending or receiving the files from the clients.

Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server provides security by allowing data transfers from a particular IP address or a group of IP addresses. To add the range of IP address to be authorized follows the steps that are discussed below

  1. Open Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server from program files in start menu.
  2. Click on Configuration button available in the file menu of menu bar.
  3. Select advanced security tab available in the configuration tab.
  4. Add list of trusted IP addresses in the configuration tab
  5. One can see the list of permitted IP addresses in the Permitted IP addresses in the advanced security tab.
  6. You can delete any IP address or individual IP address just by selecting an IP address range or an individual IP address and clicking on delete selected range button available next to the Permitted IP addresses.

Solarwinds Trivial File Transfer Protocol server maintains log files where you can find unauthorized attempts if any.

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