Trivial File Transfer Protocol


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Trivial File Transfer Protocol

(networking)
(TFTP) A simple file transfer protocol used for down-loading boot code to diskless workstations.

TFTP is defined in RFC 1350.

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In addition, Wellfleet's multi-node Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) automates multiple router software updates from the central site.
The latter include a compact HTTP server, which enables network management clients to operate in Web browsers; a TFTP client, which enables applications to send and receive files using Trivial File Transfer Protocol (essential for configuring devices such as routers and switches); an SMTP client, which allows applications to send email (with plain-text, HTML, or other encoding); and a logger utility that sends event messages to the console, an output stream, or both.
Combined with the built-in Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), the GUI also enables customers to easily download firmware updates and execute configuration restorations from remote backup servers.
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is being implemented in Excel's software procedures, enabling the EXS system software to be partitioned and downloaded incrementally.
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) and dual imaging via additional flash memory allow users to store multiple program loads and to configure the unit over the network.
SegWay's numerous configuration parameters may now be saved and reloaded remotely using Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP).