READ ME - TFTP Client (RFC - 1350) by Aditya Kasturi
Trivial File transfer protocol, popularly known as TFTP is a very simple protocol used to transfer files. TFTP is normally used when we there is a need to copy a file without the overhead of features of FTP, i.e., File Transfer Protocol. For example, we would be to fetch bootstrap and configuration files when a diskless workstation is booted. TFTP is used in applications we need quick copying of files. TFTP uses UDP as the underlying protocol for communication.
Instructions to run the code :
- Environment requirement to run the code - Java 1.7 in any Operating System.
- Open the terminal.
- Move to the corresponding folder, where the TFTP application is present.
- Move to bin folder
- Run the following command in terminal
- java tftp Running the application:
- You need to mention a TFTP Server address - By Default the port number for TFTP application is 69. So in the UI the port number is set to 69.
- After the Server Address is entered here, you can specify the file you want to send or the file want to receive.
- The TFTP Application will then Make a Read Request or Write Request to the Server.
- After the Request is completed. You can save the file after reading, or quit after writing on the server.