FTP Client Commands Table Cheat Sheet
This is the FTP Client Commands Table Cheat Sheet. The table below lists the FTP commands that may be sent to an FTP server, these includes all commands that are standardized by the IETF.
FTP Commands for Clients and Servers
Abort an active file transfer.
Allocate sufficient disk space to receive a file.
Clear Command Channel
Change to Parent Directory.
Confidentiality Protection Command
Change working directory.
Privacy Protected Channel
Specifies an extended address and port to which the server should connect.
Enter extended passive mode.
Get the feature list implemented by the server.
Returns usage documentation on a command if specified, else a general help document is returned.
Identify desired virtual host on server, by name.
Returns information of a file or directory if specified, else information of the current working directory is returned.
Specifies a long address and port to which the server should connect.
Enter long passive mode.
Return the last-modified time of a specified file.
Integrity Protected Command
Lists the contents of a directory if a directory is named.
Provides data about exactly the object named on its command line, and no others.
Sets the transfer mode (Stream, Block, or Compressed).
Returns a list of file names in a specified directory.
No operation (dummy packet; used mostly on keepalives).
Select options for a feature.
Enter passive mode.
Protection Buffer Size
Specifies an address and port to which the server should connect.
Data Channel Protection Level.
Print working directory. Returns the current directory of the host.
Re-initializes the connection.
Restart transfer from the specified point.
Retrieve a copy of the file
Remove a directory.
Sends site specific commands to remote server.
Return the size of a file.
Mount file structure.
Returns the current status.
Accept the data and to store the data as a file at the server site
Store file uniquely.
Set file transfer structure.
Return system type.
Sets the transfer mode .
Change to the parent of the current working directory
Make a directory
Print the current working directory
Remove the directory
Send, mail if cannot
Send to terminal
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