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Lecture 1B: FTP, Telnet, and Data Hygiene IT 202—Internet Applications Based on notes developed by Morgan Benton
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For Today Web Development Basics: FTP Telnet Data Hygiene
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What is FTP? FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol It is a method for moving files from one computer to another across a network It was originally proposed in 1971, two years after the creation of ARPANET Basic protocol finalized in 1985 More info at http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/ftp-rfcs.html
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A Visualization of FTP Your Computer Your ISP’s Web Server Other Computers  Connected to the Internet
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Primary Uses Back up files from one system to another Uploading files that will form a website to a web server
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Terminology Local machine—the machine that you are using Remote machine—the machine from/to which you want to move files Open—open a connection with the remote host Get—move a file from the remote server to the local machine Put—move a file from your local machine to the remote machine Mget—get multiple files at one time Mput—put multiple files at one time Help—display help messages
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Different Methods for FTP Windows command line program Through a web browser ftp://[email protected]/ Using a GUI FTP client (e.g. WS_FTP) Not strictly FTP, but another way to move files is to map a network drive to your computer
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What is Telnet?
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