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Any Unix machine also can act as a TFTP server. TFTP is a simple file transfer protocol that is not as complex or as fully functional as FTP. TFTP has little in the way of security, user authentication, or end-to-end reliability, because it uses UDP rather than TCP as the layer 4 protocol. Let's look at setting up a Unix machine as a TFTP server, saving the configuration file of a router to this TFTP server, and then reloading the configuration. TFTP is called into action by the INETD daemon process whenever the server machine receives a request on UDP port 69, which is the port number permanently assigned to TFTP.

0. 0. 192 Newname (config-if)# This completes the configuration for the Ethernet 0 port. Note that the prompt changes when you have entered a major command and are about to enter subcommands. The IP unnumbered feature, which we are about to configure for the Serial 0 interface, is discussed in more detail in Chap. 7; however, a basic introduction is useful here. IP unnumbered is used on point-to-point links to reduce the number of subnets that need to be allocated on an internetwork. This is illustrated in Fig.

192. 192 to both serial ports will waste 60 addresses on the internetwork. This is because a separate subnet is assigned to the link between router 1 and router 2, but only the serial ports on these routers need an IP address. IP unnumbered gets around this problem by letting the router know that the serial port is on a point-to-point link, and allows each serial port to use the address of its respective router's Ethernet port for communications across the link. Using IP unnumbered in this fashion prevents us from having to allocate a whole subnet to a point-to-point link.

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