FTP Commands

Command Prompt Shortcut This adds an item named "Command Prompt Here" to the context menus of folders in Windows Explorer which, when selected, opens a command prompt window (cmd.exe) with the folder as the current directory. GREAT FOR MS-DOS FTP USERS!
This is a list of all available ftp commands that can be used for file transfers using the file transfer protocol

! [command [args]]
$ macro-name [args]
account [passwd]
append local-file [remote-file]
ascii
bell
binary
bye
case
cd remote-directory
cdup
chmod mode file-name
close
cr
debug [debug-value]
delete remote-file
dir [remote-directory] [local-file]
disconnect
form format
get remote-file [local-file]
glob
hash
help [command]
idle [seconds]
lcd [directory]
ls [remote-directory] [local-file]
mdelete [remote-files]
mdir remote-files local-file
mget remote-files
mkdir directory-name
mls remote-files local-file
mode [mode-name]
modtime file-name
mput local-files
newer file-name [local-file]
nlist [remote-directory] [local-file]
ntrans [inchars [outchars]]
open host [port]
prompt
proxy ftp-command
put local-file [remote-file]
pwd
quit
quote arg1 arg2 ...
recv remote-file [local-file]
reget remote-file [local-file]
remotehelp [command-name]
remotestatus [file-name]
rename [from] [to]
reset
restart marker
rmdir directory-name
runique
send local-file [remote-file]
sendport
site arg1 arg2 ...
size file-name
status
struct [struct-name]
sunique
system
tenex
trace
type [type-name]
umask [newmask]
user user-name [password] [account]
verbose

FTP Commands

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