File Transfer Protocol

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is used to transfer data from one computer to another over the Internet, or through a network.

FTP usually is a IP address (For example ftp://203.100.225.10) which helps user to address the location of the computer. We can also install or use some medium client software to hidden our IP addresses.

‘Local’ refers to the computer you are using,’ Remote’ refers to the clinic computer you are trying to connect.

Here is some of the most useful command in FTP Client

>”get” to download a file from remote

>”put” to upload a file from remote

>”rnfr” to rename a subfiles or folders

>”dir” is to check the directory

We can also use >”mput” for multiple uploads

>”dele” to delete file

>”bye” or “quit” to end the whole unit.

*If we want to start an FTP session, we can use command line in DOS environment (input “cmd” in Run)

Type in > ftp (a website site, for example http://www.abcdefg.com

input the user name and password, input > dir to check back what file you have and what you need.

then we can start to use command line to download or upload our FTP site.

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