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TFTP server, please allow modern TFTP options allowing more than 32MB files
Please implement rolling to 0, allowing client interopatibility.
Thus I think the options here basically are:
IBM strives for full adherence to what it is prescribed by the RFC standard so refuses to interoperate with basically common TFTP clients implementations in the world that usually defaults rolling back to 0
IBM implements an option in CHGTFTPA, that says “(non standard) Supports rolling to 0 clients for compatibility” *YES *NO
When a file more than 32megabytes is uploaded to the TFTP server using common clients, the transfer crashes producing a truncated file.
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