File Transfer Protocol (FTP) was one of the first applications implemented on the Internet, and it is also one of the most fundamental. Almost all Internet hosts support it, as do almost all browsers. This volume offers exhaustive coverage of the rules governing how clients and servers communicate to enable successful data transfers via FTP. In addition to documentation of file transfer mechanics, readers will find practical instructions on many special techniques, including using file transfers for network booting and the security issues relating to file transfer over the Internet. Despite the growing acceptance of protocols specific to the Web, there remain many scenarios in which simple file transfer offers clear-cut advantages. Thus, this book is certain to prove an important source of information for years to come.
* You may be able to read these specifications online, but if you want to read them while away from your computer, you must print them out; to share them with a coworker, you must print them out; to take notes, you must print them out
* Rather than wading through countless RFCs, readers will quickly and easily access just what they're looking for, in a single book with an extensive index; This book presents a comprehensive collection of topic-specific documentation, providing all of the relevant RFCs, and eliminating the irrelevant
* The author's introduction and glossary ensures that all terms are defined and that context is provided to the reader
* This material that has never before been collected and indexed; A high-quality index means that readers no longer have to search through dozens of documents to find answers - all answers are included in a single book, and you can easily access just what you're looking for in the extensive index
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Pete Loshin writes and consults about Internet protocols and open source network technologies. Formerly on staff at BYTE Magazine, Information Security Magazine and other publications, his work appears regularly in leading trade publications and websites including CPU, Computerworld, PC Magazine, EarthWeb, Internet.com, and CNN. Pete Loshin, Independent Consultant
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