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  RFC 913 (rfc913) - Simple File Transfer Protocol
INTRODUCTION SFTP is a simple file transfer protocol.
SFTP commands sent to the remote server are always 4 ASCII letters (of any case) followed by a space, the argument(s), and a .
RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol B - BINARY The 8-bit bytes are taken from the file in the source system, transmitted over the connection, and stored in the file in the destination system.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc913.html   (2439 words)

  
 RFC 959 (rfc959) - File Transfer Protocol
FILE TRANSFER FUNCTIONS The communication channel from the user-PI to the server-PI is established as a TCP connection from the user to the standard server port.
For files sent with record or page structure a maximum record or page size (in logical bytes) might also be necessary; this is indicated by a decimal integer in a second argument field of RFC 959 October 1985 File Transfer Protocol the command.
RFC 959 October 1985 File Transfer Protocol In the first case, the server closes the data connection (if it is open) and responds with a 226 reply, indicating that the abort command was successfully processed.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc959.html   (15622 words)

  
 STD9   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
RFC 959 October 1985 File Transfer Protocol is when the user-DTP is sending the data in a transfer mode that requires the connection to be closed to indicate EOF.
RFC 959 October 1985 File Transfer Protocol DATA PORT (PORT) The argument is a HOST-PORT specification for the data port to be used in data connection.
RFC 959 October 1985 File Transfer Protocol The prior existence of a subdirectory with the same name is an error, and the server must return an "access denied" error reply in that case.
rfc.net /std0009.html   (14703 words)

  
 Trivial File Transfer Protocol - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
TFTP is often used to transfer small files between hosts on a network, such as when a remote X Window System terminal or any other thin client boots from a network host or server.
Supports three different transfer modes, "netascii", "octet" and "mail", with the first two corresponding to the " ascii " and "image" ( binary) modes of the FTP protocol.
If the size of the transferred file is an exact multiple of 512 bytes, the source sends a final DATA packet containing 0 bytes of data.
www.free-definition.com /Trivial-File-Transfer-Protocol.html   (302 words)

  
 File Transfer Protocol
This is the server protocol interpreter which responds to commands issued by the client protocol interpreter and drives the server data transfer process.
When a transfer is being set up it always initiated by the client, however either the client or the server may be the sender of data.
At the sending end the file is converted from a local text file to NVT ASCII with end of lines indicated by a CR/LF pair.
www.scit.wlv.ac.uk /~jphb/comms/ftp.html   (1739 words)

  
 File Transfer Protocol Software
Files are transferred through a file transfer server from one client to another or from the server to the clients.
AD File Transmitter is an application, allows you to automate frequent file transfer operations between different offices or different computers and process data replication tasks.
It is a Windows-based file transfer client application that is used to transfer files between your local PC and a remote FTP server.
www.programurl.com /software/file-transfer-protocol.htm   (1178 words)

  
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SMTP clients that transfer all traffic, regardless of the target domain names associated with the individual messages, or that do not maintain queues for retrying message transmissions that initially cannot be completed, may otherwise conform to this specification but are not considered fully-capable.
Differences in protocols or message semantics between the transport environments on either side of a gateway may require that the gateway system perform transformations to the message that are not permitted to SMTP relay systems.
The SMTP protocol allows a server to formally reject a transaction while still allowing the initial connection as follows: a 554 response MAY be given in the initial connection opening message instead of the 220.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc2821.txt   (18424 words)

  
 Trivial File Transfer Protocol
TFTP, the Trivial File Transfer Protocol was designed, as its name implies, to be a very simplistic protocol that encompasses only the basics of transferring files, and does not include many of the features of standard FTP.
Once the transfer has begun, the server sends data packets one at a time, and the booter sends acknowledgment packets for each packet until the transfer is complete.
TFTP itself was designed to be a very simple way to transfer files between machines, because it was designed to be so very simple the things that is does in terms of maintaining security can be summed up in two words: "almost nothing".
www.cs.umbc.edu /~woodcock/cmsc482/proj1/tftp.html   (978 words)

  
 TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
Trivial File Transfer Protocol is used to transfer files.
Simplified version of FTP that allows files to be transferred from one computer to another over a network.
TFTP is used during the RIS startup procedure to transfer the network kernel and supporting files from the RIS server to the RIS client.
www.auditmypc.com /acronym/TFTP.asp   (548 words)

  
 FTP - a Whatis.com definition - see also: File Transfer Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
File Transfer Protocol (FTP), a standard Internet protocol, is the simplest way to exchange files between computers on the Internet.
Like the Hypertext Transfer Protocol ( HTTP), which transfers displayable Web pages and related files, and the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol ( SMTP), which transfers e-mail, FTP is an application protocol that uses the Internet's TCP/IP protocols.
FTP is commonly used to transfer Web page files from their creator to the computer that acts as their server for everyone on the Internet.
whatis.techtarget.com /definition/0,289893,sid9_gci213976,00.html   (311 words)

  
 RFC 0913 (rfc0913)
SFTP commands sent to the remote server are always 4 ASCII letters (of any case) followed by a space, the argument(s), and a
Lottor [Page 5] RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol B - BINARY The 8-bit bytes are taken from the file in the source system, transmitted over the connection, and stored in the file in the destination system.
Lottor [Page 14] RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol CRLF Conversion Pro: In ASCII type, convert the local end of line indicator to CRLF on the way out of the host and onto the network.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc0913.html   (2344 words)

  
 File Transfer Protocol
File Transfer Protocol (FTP), one of oldest Internet protocols still in widespread use, provides rules for exchanging information between computers over a network or via a modem connection.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the simplest way to transfer files between computers on the Internet.
Downloading is the opposite, to bring a file down from the remote computer to your computer.
www.jqjacobs.net /web/ftp.html   (886 words)

  
 KERMIT - A Simple File Transfer Protocol for Microcomputers and Mainframes (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Abstract: This article discusses some of the issues and tradeoffs that came up in the design, and illustrates them in terms of our result, the KERMIT protocol for point-to-point file transfer over telecommunication lines.
Because commercial local area networking products are expensive, not yet widely available, and unsuitable for one-shot or long-haul applications, humble asynchronous protocols such as KERMIT are likely to be with us for a long time to come.
A Unix Network Protocol Security Study: Network Information..
citeseer.ist.psu.edu /346107.html   (200 words)

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