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    Unhappy Trouble with FTP and Cisco 3725 Router ~CLOSED~

    Hi All! First time posting, and really need a little help! Ok, so basically I having some trouble with one of my routers. I am working in a virtual envirnment powered by GNS3, VPCS, and Vmware. This is the scenario. Win7 in VMWare connected to vmnet2, connected to a switch connected to a router in GNS3. The 7 machine has an ftp server running and I can login/drop files/etc without a problem. However, if I try to copy anything from the router to the FTP server, I get an error saying "No such file or directory". I have asked my teacher about this, and he doesn't know either. Commands: #copy running-config ftp address of remote host: 192.168.116.128 Destination Filename[router2-confg]? Writing backup %Error opening ftp://192.168.116.128/router2-confg (No such file or directory) In addition, a 0 byte file is created in the ftp drop folder. I do not understand why I keep getting this error and any help would be appreciated Cheers All!


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    Found out the problem, bug in IOS. Updated to lated 3725 IOS. Everything seems to work fine now.
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    Does tftp work? Tried another router or switch? Try enabling debug and seeing what it shows?

    This seems like a GNS3 and/or your ftp problem more so than the router issue

    ex. http://forum.gns3.net/topic4641.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanM View Post
    Does tftp work? Tried another router or switch? Try enabling debug and seeing what it shows?

    This seems like a GNS3 and/or your ftp problem more so than the router issue

    ex. GNS3 • View topic - TFTP problem
    Yes, TFTP works fine. I'll try with another router/switch. Also, I doubt it's the FTP server as I have tried this with both Windows XP FTp and Windows 7 FTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanM View Post
    Does tftp work? Tried another router or switch? Try enabling debug and seeing what it shows?

    This seems like a GNS3 and/or your ftp problem more so than the router issue

    ex. GNS3 • View topic - TFTP problem
    Its inside of VM's. It isnt leaving the internal network.
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    @Mod - please close. Cheers
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