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Make Cisco switch as a TFTP Server


These are the commands to make Cisco Switch or router as TFTP Server :



3750_2#conf t
3750_2(config)#tftp-server flash:image_name


flash:image_name - IOS image which is to be publish on of TFTP server and must be available on switch/router Flash.


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