Apologies for a non-rebooting question - I hope you will help me with your vast experience in TFTP32:
I recently bought TP-link wireless N nano router while visiting China. Back home I would like to update the firmware to get an English interface rather than the installed Chinese one. According to advice from TP-link I need to use TFTP32 to upload the new firmware to the router (http://www.tp-link.c...icle/?faqid=136). However, I cannot connect to TFTP32 using FTP and my firmware update therefor fails.
What do I need to do to get the TFTP server up and running? I want to run it from a Win7 64 bit laptop. I have enabled ‘TFTP Server’ in global settings, and in TFTP settings I have given a base directory, selected ‘Standard’ TFTP Security, and selected ‘Open negotiation’. In the Windows Firewall, I allow everything on both UDP and TCP in relation to TFTP32.
When I try to connect (using WinSCP (in FTP mode, no encryption) it asks me for a user name and password. I do not know what these should be so I give none and get a “Connection failed - No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.“
Thanks for any help!