Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

Post by Sanfran » Wed, 13 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

Hi

I know there is a way from the DOS shell to ftp and upload/download
to my server/isp.  The only command I can remember is "bye."

If you can help me out of this "vortex of doom" I will bye you a cold one --
honest, your choice of hops.

REY

 
 
 

Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

Post by Craig L. Chin » Wed, 13 Jan 1999 04:00:00


How about ftp [hostname]?  And once you're logged in type 'help'.

Craig
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Craig L. Ching
Senior Product Engineer
Certified MQSeries Specialist
MQSoftware, Inc.
www.mqsoftware.com
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>Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

>Hi

>I know there is a way from the DOS shell to ftp and upload/download
>to my server/isp.  The only command I can remember is "bye."

>If you can help me out of this "vortex of doom" I will bye you a cold
one --
>honest, your choice of hops.

>REY


 
 
 

Needed ftp commands from dos prompt.

Post by Rya » Wed, 13 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Quote:>I know there is a way from the DOS shell to ftp and upload/download
>to my server/isp.  The only command I can remember is "bye."

cd <dir>  --      Change to directory <dir>
dir     --      List directory contents
put <file>        --      Upload a local file named <file> to ftp server
get <file>        --      Download a file named <file> to local machine
Also remember to set the ftp mode correctly for the type of file you
are transferring -- "ascii" for text mode works, as well as "bin" for
binary mode.

Quote:>If you can help me out of this "vortex of doom" I will bye you a cold one --
>honest, your choice of hops.

I prefer Henry Weinhard's Root Beer.

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1. Translating ARP commands from linux syntax to dos command prompt

Hi all!

Can someone please help me translating following ARP commands to dos,
so I can run then from command prompt in win98.

IPADDRESS=212.186.161.144
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route add -net $FGATEWAY netmask 255.255.255.0 dev $DEVICE
route add default gw $FGATEWAY dev $DEVICE

route del default gw $FGATEWAY dev $DEVICE
route del -net $FGATEWAY netmask 255.255.255.0 dev $DEVICE

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