I would like to have an FTP downloading software, that will help me to download files from FTP Servers. One of my friends suggested me to use FileZilla on my Windows XP for better FTP download experience, Can anyone help me by providing the downloading details of FileZilla along with its features and usage.
I have downloaded this recently and thought that the FTP would be simple, but I can’t connect to my online server and got the following domain error. Help me if you have any solution.
I have been trying to set up an inward and outward access of files using SAS on Microsoft Windows 7 environment but to no avail. What I would like to do is to be able to carry out the SAS upload to SFTP and possibly receive SAS data files as well. I have not been able to get precise information on how to carry this out yet. This is sickening since I have walked the web with little or no success. Could someone please tell me how I can do this?
I am using the Windows command line based FTP app for transferring files from my local host to the remote server. What command can I use to turn off interactive prompting during multiple file transfers? This should just be simple, but I am not able to figure it out since I tried using -n but this simply stops auto login during connection. Thanks big time for your assistance.
I see quite potential for next file transfer protocol or next FTP, but the way I see it, it is mostly written in Japanese language. Is there any web portal or link that redirects to a full English version of next FTP?
So that I would be able to understand it further without the trouble of translating each and every page into an understandable language.
I have been trying to login to an FTP account using my provided login credentials but they are not working for me. I have requested for password reset and this has successfully been accomplished. I was told that I need to use this syntax FTP login:
I have set up a small network consisting of 5 computers that will be primarily used for storing backup data.
The computers need to confine Mac addresses, in other words, the Mac address for these PCs need to be locked so as to not conflict with other devices residing on an external network where this small network will be connected as a sub network,
- « first
- ‹ previous
- next ›