CentOS 6.3 w/fog_0.32 - TFTP - Transfer timed out.



  • Hi,

    Hoping someone can help me. I suspect a kernel upgrade has broken the tftp service, since I can no longer get files from tftp. Not even locally on the server.

    Anyone else having this issue?



  • Nov 7 11:51:14 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[6558]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:51:15 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[6559]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:51:17 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[6560]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    ^C
    [administrator@saltdalvgs-fog ~]$ sudo tail -f /var/log/messages|grep -i tftp
    [sudo] password for administrator:
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7020]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7021]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7019]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7020]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7019]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:55:34 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7021]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:55:38 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7023]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:38 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7023]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:55:47 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7025]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:47 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7025]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:55:54 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7028]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:55:54 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7028]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused
    Nov 7 11:56:02 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7029]: RRQ from 10.146.12.6 filename boot.txt
    Nov 7 11:56:02 saltdalvgs-fog in.tftpd[7029]: tftpd: read(ack): Connection refused

    When I do a tftp from the server it works, not from client


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