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FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
is a protocol that allows files to be uploaded and downloaded.
Remember this protocol runs on PORT 21.
This protocol allows
files to be transferred directly and quickly over the Internet by connecting
directly to the host or IP address that has the file to send. If you
are receiving then the connection is made to your IP address or host.
The command line FTP.EXE program
can be used to communicate with servers that speak this protocol. Alternately,
several shareware programs offer a GUI interface to make this process
Port numbers are valid test questions. A FTP server monitors port 21 for a request from a client (host) computer. The client begins by opening a TCP (virtual circuit) session with the FTP server. The four most common actions are: get, put, in binary or ASCII.
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