226 Transfer complete.
FTP: 3494 byte(s) sent in 5.646 second(s), 618.00 byte(s)/sec.
# Specify newest.bin as the main startup file to be used at the next startup.
<Sysname> boot-loader file newest.bin main
# Reboot the device, and the startup file is updated at the system reboot.
The startup file used for the next startup must be saved under the root directory of the storage medium .
You can copy or move a file to the root directory of the storage medium. For the details of the
boot-loader command, refer to Device Management Commands in the System Volume.
Configuring the FTP Server
Configuring FTP Server Operating Parameters
The FTP server uses one of the two modes to update a file when you upload the file (use the put
command) to the FTP server:
In fast mode, the FTP server starts writing data to the storage medium after a file is transferred to
the memory. This prevents the existing file on the FTP server from being corrupted in the event that
anomaly, power failure for example, occurs during a file transfer.
In normal mode, the FTP server writes data to the storage medium while receiving data. This
means that any anomaly, power failure for example, during file transfer might result in file
corruption on the FTP server. This mode, however, consumes less memory space than the fast
Follow these steps to configure the FTP server:
Enter system view
Enable the FTP server
Use an ACL to control FTP
clients' access to the device
Configure the idle-timeout timer
Use the command...
ftp server enable
ftp server acl acl-number
ftp timeout minutes
Disabled by default.
By default, no ACL is used to
control FTP clients' access to
30 minutes by default.
Within the idle-timeout time, if
there is no information
interaction between the FTP
server and client, the
connection between them is