file transfer protocol


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Synonyms for file transfer protocol

protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network

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Using the Dynix system, a library can download its customized TIPS selection lists from a diskette, the TIPS bulletin board, or via ftp (file transfer protocol).
In the future, Casalini Libri will be adding records regularly to RLIN via Internet file transfer protocol.
MARC records will be generated and edited, then delivered via the Internet using File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
Henderson covers the appropriate subjects for Internet users, including electronic mail, Usenet news, file transfer protocol (ftp), gopher, archie, WAIS, the World Wide Web, and telnet.
Others can use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to address ftp.csa.com to download a free or shareware gopher client.
A user's tip: often, all you'll really want from a Net-Happenings message is the address to join a new list, or to get a file from an Internet File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site.
Users of the Internet can now use anonymous file transfer protocol (FTP) to download any of the STN Database Summary Sheets.
WLN has introduced dial-in access to the Internet including e-mail (electronic mail), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Telnet (remote login), and Gopher, an easy-to-use menu of Internet resources.
Conformance testing included A Series TCP/IP product performance in the various Application Layer services, including File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), and the remote login service provided by TELNET.
It includes every major file transfer protocol, including CROSSTALK, Kermit, XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM and the high-speed DART protocol.
XTS Guard 7 protocols include Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and DSG, which is a persistent socket proprietary protocol.