How to FTP a file to a S8xx0. This is necessary when selecting download file from the web interface fails.
log in via web interface select sever access enable FTP server (21) under service state
In Windows: start, run, cmd at a dos prompt goto where your firmware is stored. For me that was D:\Data\Avaya\firmware dir you should see your firmware file. For me that was 00.1.731.2-15920.tar.gz
ftp 10.X.X.X where 10.X.X.X is the IP address of the server that you want to connect to login: anonymous password: just hit enter for the password. ftP> cd / ftp> cd /pub ftp> ls you should see an avaya folder. If so, you are now in /var/home/ftp/pub directory ftp> binary ftp> put filename.tar.gz wait for file to be moved ftp> ls -ltr you should see the file you just ftp'ed ftp> bye exit
Telnet or SSH to the S8XX0 login and password terminal type, just hit enter cd /var/home/ftp/pub ls -ltr you should see you file you just ftp'ed
Log into the S8300 via the web interface. Select Download files. Select Files(s) to download form the machine I'm using to connect to the server. Browse to select up to 4 files on your laptop. Do NOT check Install this file on the the local server. Click download. These files are now on the S8300 in the /var/home/ftp/pub directory. You now want to move these files to the tftpboot directory.
Telnet or SSH to the IP address of the S8300 run the command: cd /var/home/ftp/pub run the command: ls verify that the files are there. run the command: mv /var/home/ftp/pub/filename.ext /tftpboot where filename.ext is the file name that you want to move. If the file exists you will be prompted to over write it. Enter Y. run the command: cd /tftpboot run the command: ls verify your file is there or you can do this from the web interface by clicking tftpboot directory