Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

3

As already noted, telnet uses only 1 port as it's interactive/terminal usage. Ftp set's up two communication channels - control and data. This means that the data channel is independent from control [interactive] comms. Moreover, control channel uses Telnet proto (RFC): The Relationship between FTP and Telnet: The FTP uses the Telnet protocol on ...


1

Telnet only uses one port because it only establishes one bidrectional stream of data between the client and the server: The data from client's keyboard (or stdin) to server, and the data from server to client's screen (or stdout). There is no need for it to ever send any "control" or "status" information. Your client connects to the telnet server, and from ...


1

Open FileZilla client application on your desktop. A new window will open for FileZilla. Click Edit on menu bar and select Settings option. Click Settings and a new small Settings window will open. In the left side of the Settings window there is a subsection called Select page, select the top option called Connection (by default it is selected when you ...


1

Couple of options: Use ftp.exe from the command line (or batch file). There is a list of commands for Microsofts FTP tool on nsftools.com though I noticed some differences between it and what I see on Windows 8.1, so it would be best to run ftp /? to get the proper help info for you. If you're feeling adventurous, you could look into using the ...


1

There no command in Windows ftp.exe to display currently logged-in account. See http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ftp__subcommands.mspx?mfr=true There's even no standard FTP protocol command for that. (If it were, you could invoke it using quote command).


1

Nowadays there's better ways of downloading or viewing files stored on your server. Generally FTP is old, slow and unreliable compared to other methods. If you have CPANEL you should really be using SFTP or the File manager. Using the file manager you can simply compress the folder meaning you don't have to download 6,003 files. FTP/SFTP is limited to one a ...


1

Short answer: no, he shouldn't need ftp access Long answer: If the person actually knows what they are doing, Wordpress in made in such a way, that it should only be needed to supply a proper module or template, that will then be integrated into Wordpress and then be a selectable in the menu, it's one of the great/easy of use things about Wordpress. ...


1

FTP uses a command channel and a data channel, hence two connections are needed. Telnet connects to exactly one port - the one you tell it to. See this section on the Wikipedia page for more info



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible