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Re: FTP Commands



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John

There are both server and client subcommands - you probably want the client ones first, since it's messier to run client ones - there's a way, and I use it a lot - the quote subcommand

As Orville said, type "help" (or "?") in any client session - it can be on the IBM i or in a windows CMD session.

The client subommands are different on every platform or client. But there is a pretty good set of them that are available on all.

If you are looking for the ones on IBM i, there is a manual that documents them.

Oh yeah - once you type "?" and press enter, you get a list of subcommands. To get a brief bit of help text, type ? and a subcommand and press enter - ba-da-bing!

HTH
Vern

On 9/21/2012 10:00 AM, Orville_Meredith@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
John,

Type in "ftp" and hit enter key. Then type the word "help" and a list of
commands will appear.




Orville Meredith
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From: John Mathew <johnmathew400@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
<midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 09/21/2012 10:51 AM
Subject: FTP Commands
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Hi All,

Can some one please send me FTP commands.

Thanks in advance.

John
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