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FTP links en appendices

  • ftp onder microsoft: http://www.nsftools.com/tips/MSFTP.htm
  • ftp CLI commands
    !             escape to the shell
    ?             print local help information
    $             execute macro
    account       send account command to remote server
    append        append to a file
    ascii         set ascii transfer type
    bell          beep when command completed
    binary        set binary transfer type
    bye           terminate ftp session and exit
    case          toggle mget upper/lower case id mapping
    cd            change remote working directory
    cdup          change remote working directory to parent directory
    chmod         change file permissions of remote file
    close         terminate ftp session
    cr            toggle carriage return stripping on ascii gets
    debug         toggle/set debugging mode
    delete        delete remote file
    dir           list contents of remote directory
    disconnect    terminate ftp session
    exit          terminate ftp session and exit
    form          set file transfer format
    get           receive file
    glob          toggle metacharacter expansion of local file names
    hash          toggle printing `#' for each buffer transferred
    help          print local help information
    idle          get (set) idle timer on remote side
    image         set binary transfer type
    lcd           change local working directory
    ls            list contents of remote directory
    macdef        define a macro
    mdelete       delete multiple files
    mdir          list contents of multiple remote directories
    mget          get multiple files
    mkdir         make directory on the remote machine
    mls           list contents of multiple remote directories
    mode          set file transfer mode
    modtime       show last modification time of remote file
    mput          send multiple files
    newer         get file if remote file is newer than local file
    nlist         nlist contents of remote directory
    nmap          set templates for default file name mapping
    ntrans        set translation table for default file name mapping
    open          connect to remote ftp
    passive       enter passive transfer mode
    prompt        force interactive prompting on multiple commands
    proxy         issue command on alternate connection
    put           send one file
    pwd           print working directory on remote machine
    qc            print ? in place of control characters on stdout
    quit          terminate ftp session and exit
    quote         send arbitrary ftp command
    recv          receive file
    reget         get file restarting at end of local file
    rename        rename file
    reset         clear queued command replies
    restart       restart file transfer at bytecount
    rhelp         get help from remote server
    rmdir         remove directory on the remote machine
    rstatus       show status of remote machine
    runique       toggle store unique for local files
    send          send one file
    sendport      toggle use of PORT cmd for each data connection
    site          send site specific command to remote server; try "rhelp site" or "site help" for more information
    size          show size of remote file
    status        show current status
    struct        set file transfer structure
    sunique       toggle store unique on remote machine
    system        show remote system type
    tenex         set tenex file transfer type
    tick          toggle printing byte counter during transfers
    trace         toggle packet tracing
    type          set file transfer type
    umask         get (set) umask on remote side
    user          send new user information
    verbose       toggle verbose mode


  • ftp protocol commands

         The following are the FTP commands:
            USER <SP> <username> <CRLF>
            PASS <SP> <password> <CRLF>
            ACCT <SP> <account-information> <CRLF>
            CWD  <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            CDUP <CRLF>
            SMNT <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            QUIT <CRLF>
            REIN <CRLF>
            PORT <SP> <host-port> <CRLF>
            PASV <CRLF>
            TYPE <SP> <type-code> <CRLF>
            STRU <SP> <structure-code> <CRLF>
            MODE <SP> <mode-code> <CRLF>
            RETR <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            STOR <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            STOU <CRLF>
            APPE <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            ALLO <SP> <decimal-integer>
                [<SP> R <SP> <decimal-integer>] <CRLF>
            REST <SP> <marker> <CRLF>
            RNFR <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            RNTO <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            ABOR <CRLF>
            DELE <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            RMD  <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            MKD  <SP> <pathname> <CRLF>
            PWD  <CRLF>
            LIST [<SP> <pathname>] <CRLF>
            NLST [<SP> <pathname>] <CRLF>
            SITE <SP> <string> <CRLF>
            SYST <CRLF>
            STAT [<SP> <pathname>] <CRLF>
            HELP [<SP> <string>] <CRLF>
            NOOP <CRLF>


  • ftp reply codes
    Numeric  Order List of Reply Codes
         110 Restart marker reply.
             In this case, the text is exact and not left to the
             particular implementation; it must read:
                  MARK yyyy = mmmm
             Where yyyy is User-process data stream marker, and mmmm
             server's equivalent marker (note the spaces between markers
             and "=")
         120 Service ready in nnn minutes.
         125 Data connection already open; transfer starting.
         150 File status okay; about to open data connection.
         200 Command okay.
         202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site.
         211 System status, or system help reply.
         212 Directory status.
         213 File status.
         214 Help message.
             On how to use the server or the meaning of a particular
             non-standard command.  This reply is useful only to the
             human user.
         215 NAME system type.
             Where NAME is an official system name from the list in the
             Assigned Numbers document.
         220 Service ready for new user.
         221 Service closing control connection.
             Logged out if appropriate.
         225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress.
         226 Closing data connection.
             Requested file action successful (for example, file
             transfer or file abort).
         227 Entering Passive Mode (h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2).
         230 User logged in, proceed.
         250 Requested file action okay, completed.
         257 "PATHNAME" created.
         331 User name okay, need password.
         332 Need account for login.
         350 Requested file action pending further information.
         421 Service not available, closing control connection.
             This may be a reply to any command if the service knows it
             must shut down.
         425 Can't open data connection.
         426 Connection closed; transfer aborted.
         450 Requested file action not taken.
             File unavailable (e.g., file busy).
         451 Requested action aborted: local error in processing.
         452 Requested action not taken.
             Insufficient storage space in system.
         500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.
             This may include errors such as command line too long.
         501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments.
         502 Command not implemented.
         503 Bad sequence of commands.
         504 Command not implemented for that parameter.
         530 Not logged in.
         532 Need account for storing files.
         550 Requested action not taken.
             File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access).
         551 Requested action aborted: page type unknown.
         552 Requested file action aborted.
             Exceeded storage allocation (for current directory or
         553 Requested action not taken.
             File name not allowed.