Originally Posted by boby.kumar
Thanks TBOne for update.
You didn't start the service with the "-c" flag, so you will NEVER be able to upload files to it. Modify the server_args line to include the "-c".
Its don't work for me.
Just saying "its don't work for me", tells us NOTHING new.
still the issue as tftp timeout error. I find to xinetd or udp service not listening on port 69. Is possible to get udp on port69 or we can set it to tcp port?
Is idea how to listen tftp server on port69? TFTP server installed RHEL6.2 os.
If the service isn't started/listening, it will VERY OBVIOUSLY not work
. Again, did you contact Red Hat support, since you're using RHEL?? You are PAYING for RHEL, right???? Did you restart the tftp daemon after you made the change to the .conf file? Check the service to see if it's running?? There are MANY easily-found guides on how to configure tftp:
That has a detailed section on how to configure it, along with iptables rules, etc.