As I explained in my last post on this subject, the QUOTE command is typed
in to the FTP client, and the FTP client sends the string AFTER (but not
including) the word quote to the FTP server.

When you connect with telnet, you're talking to the server DIRECTLY, and
therefore, it makes absolutely no sense to type "quote."

Instead, remove the word "quote" and just type "syst" and "time 500" and
"rcmd sndmsg test qpgmr"


> TELNET RMTSYS('xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx') PORT(21)
> 220 Connection will close if idle more than 5 minutes.
> user xxxxxxxxxx
> 331 Enter password.
> pass xxxxxxxxxx
> 230 XXXXXXXXXX logged on.
> quote syst
> 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized: 'quote syst'
> quote time 500
> 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized: 'quote time 500 '
> syst
> 215  OS/400 is the remote operating system. The TCP/IP version is "V5R2M0".
> quote rcmd sndmsg hello qpgmr
> 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized: 'quote rcmd sndmsg hello qpgmr'
>
> Not sure I did that correctly.
> I'll get the network folks on it--probably will be awhile dealing with
> three/four people.
>

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