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How do I bind TrixBox TFTP on both NICs.

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I have a TrixBox/Asterisk phone system that has two NIC cards.  The TrixBox TFTP Server seems to work fine for one network provisioning phones but doesn't work for the other.  I know this because I tried using a TFTP client to the network that it wasn't working.  I need to place a couple of phones on the other network.

Is there a way for TFTP to work of off both NICs?  Is there a config file for the TrixBox TFTP Server?

Thanks!
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The normal behavior is to bind to all addresses configured on the system. Normally the problem is binding it to a single internal IP and not to the public IP space. The /etc/xinet.d/tftp file can be edited and a bind = <ip_address> can be added to bind it to a specific IP address. Be sure to keep the white spaces between the bind, = and ip address. In this case where you want to ensure binding to all addresses, try bind = 0.0.0.0 which should specify any address.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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