Why does the TFTP file downloading stop when the downloaded file reaches a certain size?

Created Apr 07, 2017 08:42:09Latest reply Apr 07, 2017 14:09:01 643 1 0 0
Why does the TFTP file downloading stop when the downloaded file reaches a certain size?
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Adamcolob     Created Apr 07, 2017 14:09:01 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

TFTP is a simple file transfer protocol. Each UDP datagram of TFTP carries 512-byte data and a 16-bit serial number. If the number of UDP datagrams cannot be expressed by the 16-bit serial number, the overflow of the serial number will occur. Certain types of third-party software, however, cannot identify the overflow. As a result, only about 32 MB file can be transferred. To rectify the fault, you need to change the troubled third-party software.
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