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    I have not been able to load a new linux image on the xport pro yet.
    Software Reset

    ColdFire MCF5208 on the XPort Pro
    Firmware v4d.1a.1E-svn708 (Built on Apr 19 2010 14:21:37)
    Copyright 2006 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
    Lantronix Inc. 2007-2010
    Enter 'help' for help.

    Accepting FW upgrades
    Press any key to stop autoboot
    Downloading Image '/var/lib/tftpboot/image.bin' from 192.168.2.7
    ICMP : Destination Unreachable
    ICMP : Destination Unreachable
    ICMP : Destination Unreachable
    TFTP could not make connection to server.
    Error downloading boot image.
    dBUG> show
    watchdog: off
    silentboot: off
    romfs_flash: off
    bootbank: Single
    safebank: 0
    netcon: on
    tftpsrv: on
    base: 16
    baud: 115200
    autoboot: Autoboot from network
    server: 192.168.2.7
    client: 192.168.2.9
    gateway: 0.0.0.0
    netmask: 255.255.255.0
    filename: /var/lib/tftpboot/image.bin
    filetype: Image
    ethaddr: 00:80:A3:91:AC:95
    dns: 0.0.0.0
    bootfc: 0
    maxbootfc: off
    kcl: rootfstype=romfs
    dBUG>

    Please help!

  • #2
    Looks like it's probably a simple networking issue.

    From your computer 192.168.2.7, you should be able to ping 192.168.2.9. Can you do that?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by yibbidy View Post
      Looks like it's probably a simple networking issue.

      From your computer 192.168.2.7, you should be able to ping 192.168.2.9. Can you do that?
      Same problem as op. And I wasn't able to ping. What does that mean?

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      • #4
        ICMP : Destination Unreachable
        ICMP : Destination Unreachable
        ICMP : Destination Unreachable
        TFTP could not make connection to server.

        That would tell me that the TFTP service is not running on your server.
        Also watch your path: '/var/lib/tftpboot/image.bin'
        Typically tftp is 'rooted' to a specific path (ala: /tftpboot) and file requests should be targeted to the path below that root.
        You can validate that tftp is working by simply trying it on server. Log in, and from your shell, type tftp <ip address of the server>
        tftp> verbose
        tftp> trace
        tftp> get <file name to grab>

        If this fails, troubleshoot your service.

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