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TFTP

TFTP

(Trivial File Transfer Protocol) A lightweight version of the FTP protocol that has no directory browsing or password capability. Employing UDP rather than TCP for transport, TFTP is typically used to transfer firmware upgrades to network equipment such as routers and switches. See FTP and TCP/IP.
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The TFTP display reveals that slightly less than 5 seconds were required to complete that download.
Once the program was discovered, different organizations and government officials began to question the possible privacy violations from the unusually large amounts of confidential data that was obtained through the TFTP.
TFTP data provides key insight into the financial support networks of terrorist organisations, helping to identify new methods of terrorist financing and persons involved in the US, the EU or elsewhere.
Other details - Opens TFTP server on port UDP 69, Connects to IRC server at 72.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Centralized Configuration and User Right Management for an Unlimited Number of SIPPS Telephones with the Feature Manager, Availability of the Configured Software via the TFTP Server, and Direct Dialing from TAPI-Compatible Applications Such as MS Outlook and CRM Solutions
Chameleon/X includes an X server, Telnet (VT52, VT100, VT220), TN3270, FTP, TFTP, Ping, Bind, SMTP/Mail, POP, an SNMP agent, IP routing, Custom and Statistics.
Both stack offerings have additional network applications available such as Telnet, FTP, TFTP, DNS and DHCP, along with L2TP, LDAP, NAT, PPPoE, RIPv2, SNTP, Web server, secure Web server, MobileIP and SNMPv1/2c/3.
Chameleon includes Telnet, FTP, SMTP/Mail, POP, TN3270, TFTP, Ping, Bind, SNMP, Finger, Whois, Custom and Statistics.
Network Computing's review further separates NAS from other solutions and specifically called out the product's exceptional monitoring and management of system functions, including HTTP, LDAP, memory, SMTP, syslog and TFTP services.
In addition to being the only 100 percent DLL TCP/IP for Windows for Workgroups-based product, Workgroup Chameleon also provides an extensive set of TCP/IP applications, including Telnet terminal emulation (VT100, VT200), FTP and TFTP file transfer, NetMail: icon-based SMTP mail, domain name server, SNMP extensible agent and extensive diagnostic tools.
In addition to being the only 100 percent DLL TCP/IP for Windows products, Chameleon also provides an extensive set of TCP/IP applications, including Telnet terminal emulation (VT100, VT220), FTP and TFTP file transfer, NetMail; icon-based SMTP mail, domain name server, and extensive diagnostic tools.