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RFC 913 (rfc913) - Simple File Transfer Protocol (2439 words)
RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol B - BINARY The 8-bit bytes are taken from the file in the source system, transmitted over the connection, and stored in the file in the destination system.
Replies are: + deleted -Not deleted because (reason) RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol NAME old-file-spec Renames the old-file-spec to be new-file-spec on the remote system.
RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol CRLF Conversion Pro: In ASCII type, convert the local end of line indicator to CRLF on the way out of the host and onto the network.
RFC 913 (rfc913) (2344 words)
The server Lottor [Page 1] RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol replies to each command with one of the possible response codes listed under each message.
Lottor [Page 5] RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol B - BINARY The 8-bit bytes are taken from the file in the source system, transmitted over the connection, and stored in the file in the destination system.
Lottor [Page 14] RFC 913 September 1984 Simple File Transfer Protocol CRLF Conversion Pro: In ASCII type, convert the local end of line indicator to CRLF on the way out of the host and onto the network.
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