I am trying to do a no tftp-server flash: command, from my show run output it is displayed as:
"tftp-server flash:/Desktops/TN-Cisco-Color-7975.png alias Desktops/TN-Cisco-Color-7975.png".
I copy and paste this into the CLI and add the word "no" (followed by a space) infront of the above output, and when I hit enter I get:
Router#$TN-Cisco-Color-7975.png alias Desktops/TN-Cisco-Color-7975.png
no tftp-server flash:/Desktops/TN-Cisco-Color-7975.png alias Desktops/TN-Cisco-C ^olor-7975.png
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
It looks as if it's somehow adding three spaces into my command, without me even doing it. ==> Desktops/TN-Cisco-C ^olor-7975.png
Has anyone ever had this happen before? Any workarounds? IOS is c2800nm-adventerprisek9-mz.151-2.T1.
I have also tried a tftp-server flash: command on another file to have it served, and same thing happens.
Why don't u truncate the name of the actual PNG file to image1 or something else but just one word rather than too many hyphens in the name file
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