advanced TFTP server
Multi-threaded TFTP server implementing all options (option extension and
multicast) as specified in RFC1350, RFC2090, RFC2347, RFC2348 and RFC2349.
Atftpd also supports multicast protocol known as mtftp, defined in the PXE
specification. The server supports being started from inetd(8) as well as
in daemon mode using init scripts.
Jean-Pierre Lefebvre <email@example.com>
August 20th, 2000
atftp stands for Advanced Trivial File Transfer Protocol. It is called
"advanced", by contrast to others TFTP servers, for two reasons.
Firstly, it is intended to be fully compliant with all related
RFCs. This include RFC1350, RFC2090, RFC2347, RFC2348 and RFC2349. To
my knowledge, there is no TFTP server
The development for atftp is done using CVS. It is possible to access the
repository read-only by using the following CVSROOT with a null password:
It is also possible to grant write access to the CVS repository for people
wishing to participate in the development. Please address such requests to
either of us.
Remi Lefebvre <rem
atftpd for Debian
atftpd uses /srv/tftp by default as base directory. You can change
that by editing /etc/inetd.conf or with 'dpkg-reconfigure atftpd'.
Please note that inetd.conf will not be modified by a dpkg-reconfigure, if
there's already an entry.
Also, /etc/default/atftpd will be created if it does not exist. So if
you want 'dpkg-reconfigure atftpd' to create /etc/defaul
Atftp support multicast transfer. This feature allow the server to
send a file to many clients at on
Here is an attempt at using PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions)
with a TFTP server. The first
1) What are the best values for --tftpd-timeout, --retry-timeout and
There is no
atftpd - Trivial
atftp (0.7.dfsg-11) unstable; urgency=low
* Fixed a potential DoS bug (introduced by the IPv6 pat
Browse inside atftpd_0.7.dfsg-11_powerpc.deb