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ASR 1001 Series router unable to copy from tftp server

I have a license fle to be copied from remote  TFTP server at  point A  to the ASR router at Point B

im facing difficulties in copying license file to the remote tftp server(point A) to the ASR router 1001(Point B) . im having the error as timeout . But i am able to copy to another cisco 3600 router which is in the same IP &  subnet of the ASR router  and in the same location (Point B) .

im sure the windows firewall is off since im able to copy  the file to another router in the same point B and there is no firewall or acl in between these two points .

i gave the command copy tftp: bootflash:

can any one tell me if there is anything that has to do with the asr router

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I  already read this but im sure this is done in through management interface in the router directly connecting the tftp server which in my case im doing it from remote .

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Hi Raja d,

Use the following command and then  try to upload Os into asr

ip tftp source-interface (interface name where TFTP server is connected )

thanks

Ashish shirkar

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Thanks all, this article helped me. "ip tftp source-interface" made it work. 

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Thank you

This worked

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Hi ,

Additionally please check the below link for your reference

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/asr1000/configuration/guide/chassis/issu.html

if you r copying  a file using TFTP through the Management Ethernet interface, the

ip tftp source-interface command must be entered before entering the

copy tftp command

Thanks and regards,

Ashish Shirkar

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Helo Raja,

I have faced same issue, just execute these command:

ip ftp user (user name )

ip ftp passwor ( password)

i hope it will work,

Regards,

Ahmed

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ahmed hilmy let me try the commands and revert to you thanks for the idea

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Hi Ashish the thing is im not connecting the tftp server  directly in the router im doing int remotely ,  can u assist me further

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Thank you Ashish, I had the same issue and this fixed it. I guess by default the tftp source interface is the management. I had to change it to the uplink interface.

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A little off subject but im sure someone will find this useful in future searches.  If you are tying to ftp to the ASR you need to disable ip ftp passive!!!!!!!!

NO IP FTP PASSIVE