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Re: tftp protocol
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 03:34:16PM +0100, Patrick Welche wrote:
> One oddity:
> Obviously .39 is the client, .92 is the NetBSD tftpd. Why would tftpd emit
> a packet with opcode 6?
Looks like tsize negotiation - it looks as though the client sends tsize 0
with the RRQ, then our opcode 6(?) offers a large tsize which client
responds to with an error, then the client sends a RRQ with tsize 0, blksize
1420, and the server replies with opcode 6 blksize 1420 and the same large
tsize as before. Block number is bound to roll over in this particular
large file case...
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