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I keep getting an error from my sftp program when I try to manually copy the tftp files over. I even killed the pbx to see it was doing it and it still wouldn't let me drag and drop the files over and I have pleny of space after deleting the old ones. What would the procudure be to create an update.tgz file that I could pack the latest polycom firmware. That would be nice to see on the download page!

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I keep getting an error from my sftp program when I try to manually copy the tftp files over. I even killed the pbx to see it was doing it and it still wouldn't let me drag and drop the files over and I have pleny of space after deleting the old ones. What would the procudure be to create an update.tgz file that I could pack the latest polycom firmware. That would be nice to see on the download page!

 

The first step in that procedure would be adding more RAM to the box. Unfortunately, Polycom firmware is in the 50-100 MB range.

 

Welcome to the embedded world.

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It was a problem with my trusty sftp program, I downloaded putty sftp and it worked fine. I put the latest pcom firmware on there and there was still 65% left out of 256 and the pcom pnp and firmware upgrade worked great. Luckily I have an Intertex router that sets the tftp boot server.

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