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* '''example 3''' if user requests ''aaa.bin'' or ''bbb.bin'' then give them ''ccc.bin'':
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Revision as of 11:56, 6 April 2009

Summary

TFTP is a very simple protocol used to transfer files. It is from this that its name comes, Trivial File Transfer Protocol or TFTP. Each nonterminal packet is acknowledged separately. RouterOS has a built-in TFTP server since v3.22

/ip tftp

  • ip-address (required) - range of IP addresses accepted as clients
  • req-filename - requested filename as regular expression (regex)
  • real-filename - if above two values are set and valid, the requested filename will be replaced with this. If this field is empty, the req-filename will be used. If multiple regex are specified in req-filename, with this field you can set which ones should match, so this rule is validated. real-filename format for using multiple regex is filename\0\5\6
  • allow (default: yes) - to allow connection if above fields are set. if no, connection will be interrupted
  • read-only (default: no) - sets if file can be written to, if set to "no" write attempt will fail with error
  • hits - how many times this configuration entry has been executed (viewable only)

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req-filename regexp

allowed regexps in this field are

  • braces ()
  • ^ - used at the beginning of the line means that line starts with
  • star "*" - matches any number of any symbols
  • dot "." - matches any symbol
  • square braces [] - variation between as[df] will match asd and asf
  • dollar "$" - means at the end of the line


Examples

  • example 1 if file is requested return file from store called sata1:
/ip tftp add req-filename=file.txt real-filename=/sata1/file.txt allow=yes read-only=yes
  • example 2 if we want to give out one precise file no matter what user is requesting:
/ip tftp add req-filename=* real-filename=/sata1/file.txt allow=yes read-only=yes
  • example 3 if user requests aaa.bin or bbb.bin then give them ccc.bin:
/ip tftp add req-filename=(aaa.bin)|(bbb.bin) real-filename="/sata1/ccc.bin\\0" allow=yes read-only=yes