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How to make my macbook a tftp server?

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I need to upload image files to my Cisco gear.  How can I get tftp up and running on my MacBook with OSX?
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I would use TftpServer. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/11116  (Download/Documentation)
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trifecta!  Thanks again.
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