The FTP command is used to transfer files between local and remote hosts on the interconnect network. FTP has two ways: with the Host parameter, the actual connection to the remote specified host is created immediately; without the Host parameter, enter the FTP command mode, then you can use the command to set up.
FTP direct connection method ftp command mode ftp command table
FTP direct connection method
Format: $ ftp [-v] [-d] [-i] [-n] [-g] Host
Explanation: ftp command with hosts parameters, is a direct connection, allowing users to immediately point out with the command line
The host establishes a connection. Where Host is a remote host name or actual address. After the host establishes a connection,
The FTP prompts the user to enter the username and password, and the registration has returned information. Then display
The prompt ftp>, waiting for the input command. The option has the following meaning:
-v displays statistical reports from all responses and data transfer from the remote server. Verbose
The way is in the ON state.
-v allows diagnosis.
-i does not allow interaction prompt functions when multi-file transmission.
-n Turn off automatic registration when connecting to the remote host.
-g means that the file name is not allowed.
$ ftp www.wz.zj.cninfo.netconnectde to 3wwz.zj.cn.cninfo.tenet.220 www.wz.zj.cninfo.net FTP Server (Version Wu-2.4 (3) THU APR 23 12:31:47 CDT 1998) Ready.user (3wwz.zj.cn.cninfo.net: CornerPassword: 230 User Corner Logged In.ftp> Command (Command See the Chain of Chain) FTP> Quit221 Goodbye
FTP command mode
Format: $ ftp
Explanation: FTP enters command mode when the ftp does not take the host, at this time, the prompt is ftp>. Command
The following table command column.
$ ftpftp> Open www.wz.zj.cninfo.netconnectde to 3wwz.zj.cn.cninfo.net.220 www.wz.zj.cninfo.net FTP Server (Version WU-2.4 (3) THU APR 23 12:31 : 47 CDT 1998) Ready.user (3wwz.zj.cn.cninfo.net:Net: (None)): CornerPassword: 230 User Corner Logged In.ftp> Command (Command See the Chain of the Chain) FTP> Quit221 Goodbye