A Windows TFTP server and client written in the .NET framework using C#. Includes support for TFTP options, logging of TFTP requests to different sources including to a SQL server. A class is also available to include TFTP into your own program.

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  • Simple and works, however needs interface improvement and DOES NOT CLEAN UP AFTER ITSELF ON UNINSTALL (shortcuts, firewall rules, event log).

  • One issue, it utilizes the First Ethernet IP address, not the IP address of the NIC directly connected to the LAN my target machine was on (CLIENT TFTP).

  • good job

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Information Technology, System Administrators, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

C#

Database Environment

Flat-file, SQL-based

Registered

2005-12-01