What is File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

by Yogesh Khanna 15-Jun-16

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File Transfer Protocol (FTP), is a protocol through which we can upload files from computers to a website/server or download files to computer from website/server. For run the FTP, we require 3 things:
a) Host IP
b) Username
c) Password

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How it works:

What is File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

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FTP is very easy way to transfer the files between computers via the internet. FTP basically runs on port no 21 as default. Transfer files from a computer to a server is called "uploading" and transfer from a server to computer is called "downloading".

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FTP may run in active or passive mode, which determines how the data connection is established. Client creates a TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) control connection from a random, usually an unprivileged, port N to the FTP server command port 21.


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