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Download files in TFTP Management

Grayson Wells
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Already asked this but it makes since to create a new discussion... good for stats.

Can you not download the files in the TFTP File Management section OS Administration? I can upload ring tones and background images but I need to be able to download the Ringlist and List XML files so that I can modify them and upload them again.

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Jaime Valencia
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Have you tried:

From the command prompt on a Windows machine, type:

tftp get SEPxxxx.cnf.xml

If will download it to the current directory

Just change the filename accordingly.

HTH

java

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www.cisco.com/go/pdihelpdesk

HTH

java

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Jaime Valencia
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Have you tried:

From the command prompt on a Windows machine, type:

tftp get SEPxxxx.cnf.xml

If will download it to the current directory

Just change the filename accordingly.

HTH

java

If this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdihelpdesk

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

I haven't tried that yet. This sits on a linux box so if all else fails I was just going to get our systems engineer to get the file off the box for me. It just makes since that Cisco would have built in an easy way to do this.

Java is correct (+5).

An alternate approach is to SSH to the host and retrieve the files using the "file get" console command (file get tftp ). This is my typical approach because I do not allow desktop access to CUCM via TFTP (security concern).

HTH.


Regards,

Bill

HTH -Bill (b) http://ucguerrilla.com (t) @ucguerrilla

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Guru Murthy A
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee
The CUCM TFTP listens for HTTP requests on port 6970.

You can use a webbrowser with 'http://cucmserverip:6970/' to pull files from TFTP root.
Use the GUI to find the path of the required file.





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