I've been trying to upgrade the firmware on my Cisco Wireless AP1200. Unfortunately with this release I can't upgrade it through the web interface (so says Cisco)... I have to use TFTP. I downloaded a TFTP program on my PC called TFTP desktop and installed it on my Windows XP pro workstation. I have tried the following syntax when I telnet into the access point.
archive download-sw /overwrite /reload tftp
My TFTP folder's default directory is c:\temp
After this I receive the error "<no such file or directory>" and
ERROR - failed to open archive file tftp
Has anyone ever done this? Am I going about this the wrong way?
A few notes. My access point and workstation/TFTP server are on the same subnet and I can ping the the workstation/TFTP server from the access point when I telnet in.
Thanks for any help you can give me