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ATFTP(1)							      ATFTP(1)

       atftp - TFTP client (RFC1350).

       atftp [options] [host [port]]

       atftp can be used interactively or in batch mode	to retrieve files from
       TFTP servers. When used interactively, a	summary	of the commands	can be
       printed	by  typing  'help'. This TFTP client support all basic feature
       from RFC1350, RFC2347, RFC2348 and RFC2349. It also  support  multicast
       implementation  of  RFC2090  and	mtftp as defined in the	PXE specifica-

       This program supports both the usual GNU	command	line syntax, with long
       options	starting  with two dashes (`-')	as well	as short options. Some
       options are usable in batch mode	only, they have	no meaning when	 atftp
       is use interactively. A description of the options is included below.

       -g, --get
	      Non interactive invocation only. Instruct	atftp to get file.

       --mget Non  interactive	invocation only. Used to get file from a mtftp
	      capable server.

       -p, --put
	      Non interactive invocation only. Instruct	atftp to put file.

       -l, --local-file
	      Non interactive invocation only. The client side	file  name  to
	      read  or write. Must be used in conjunction with --get or	--put.

       -r, --remote-file
	      Non interactive invocation only. The server side	file  name  to
	      get or put. Must be used in conjunction with --get or --put.

       --tftp-timeout <value>
	      Number  of  seconds  for timeout,	client side. Default is	5 sec-

       --option	<"name value">
	      Set option "name"	to "value". This command support  exactly  the
	      same  arguments  as  the	interactive  one.  For	example,  use:
	      --option blksize 1428 to configure block size.

       --mtftp <"name value">
	      Set mtftp	possible options.  Accept  the	same  options  as  the
	      interactive mtftp	command. For example, use: --mtftp client-port
	      76 to configure client side port to use.

	      See atftpd's man page.

	      Instruct atftp to	be verbose. It	will  print  more  information
	      about what's going on.

	      This is useful for debugging purpose to display all packet going
	      to and from the network.

       -V, --version
	      Print version.

       -h, --help
	      Print a summary of command line arguments.

       This manual page	was written by	Remi  Lefebvre	<>  and
       Jean-Pierre Lefebvre <>.

			       December	27, 2000		      ATFTP(1)


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