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tftp for mac 10.8.5

Posted on 2014-02-15
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I am just curious if there is a tftp software that would work on a Mac 10.8.5.  I have TftpServer 3.4.1 running and there doesn't seem to be any errors showing but I can't seem to get any file transferred from/to it.

Does anyone the root cause for this?
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by:Peter Loobuyck
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It should work - did you check the file permissions  and the root folder permissions? Also check if it  is serving from the right ip address on your mac.
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by:LateNaite
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I am trying to test this but can't yet until I can get the drivers for my USB to serial adapter working.

thanks,
Paula
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It was the firewall on my mac, didn't know one existed that blocked it.
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Issue is resolved.
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Resolved issue myself.
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