NoteUser-created VRs are supported only on the platforms listed for this feature in the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.
The TFTP session defaults to port 69. If you do not specify a virtual router, VR-Mgmt is used.
For example, to connect to a remote TFTP server with an IP address of 10.123.45.67 and “get” or retrieve an ExtremeXOS configuration file named XOS1.cfg from that host, use the following command:
tftp 10.123.45.67 -g -r XOS1.cfg
When you “get” the file through TFTP, the switch saves the file.
In addition to the tftp command, the following two commands are available for transferring files to and from the switch:
By default, if you transfer a file with a name that already exists on the system, the switch prompts you to overwrite the existing file. For more information, see the tftp get command.