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FTP

Hi,
I have to copy a file from remote desktop to my local desktop using TELNET.Is it possible to copy remote file into local desktop by using putty command without using SSH.please any one who knows guide me.
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Regular Advisor

Re: FTP

hi

You can get file through ftp method

and do following steps:

1. click on start button on your desktop

2. click on run

3. type "cmd" and then click "ok"

4. type ftp or
where to copied file.

give userame
Than password


user mget


get it and check this in your desktop



Regards
Deeos
Deepak
Occasional Visitor

Re: FTP

HI DEEOS,
I HAVE TRIED OUT AS YOU SAID BUT IT THROWS AN ERROR MESSAGE LIKE

ftp>connect:unknown error number

WHAT MAY BE THE PROBLEM...
Regular Advisor

Re: FTP

which state you got that error

connect:unknown error number>



Regards
Deeos
Deepak
Honored Contributor

Re: FTP

> FTP

> [...] using TELNET [...]

Which is it? (File Transfer Protocol would
seem to make more sense if you're trying to
transfer a file. Telnet was not intended to
be used for file transfer.)

> [...] from remote desktop to my local
> desktop [...]

What, exactly, are "remote desktop" and
"local desktop"? Is one of them an HP-UX
system ("uname -a"), or are you asking in a
completely inappropriate forum?


> 1. click on start button on your desktop

> I HAVE TRIED OUT AS YOU SAID [...]

So, you're sitting at a Windows system?


> [...] AN ERROR MESSAGE LIKE
>
> ftp>connect:unknown error number

How much like that was it?


Have you looked into Kermit? Floppy disks?
USB flash EEPROM storage gizmos?
Occasional Visitor

Re: FTP

Hi

Did you set passive mode for FTP?
It looks like some security fire wall bloks connection.

Regards
Occasional Visitor

Re: FTP

HI,

I have attached the eroor thrown when connecting to host.Please check it and give me a solution.
Honored Contributor

Re: FTP

> Please check it and give me a solution.

Please answer questions. For example:

> What, exactly, are "remote desktop" and
> "local desktop"? Is one of them an HP-UX
> system ("uname -a"), or are you asking in a
> completely inappropriate forum?

If you want advice on an error message in
Windows, then you should ask in a Microsoft
forum, not in an HP-UX forum.

http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/familyhome.do?familyId=116

How did you choose _this_ forum?

If the system at 10.245.231.29 is also a
Windows XP system, then it may not be running
an FTP server. The answer to your question
may depend on information which you have not
provided. (Of which there is much.)


> Did you set passive mode for FTP?

Before connecting?
Frequent Advisor

Re: FTP

> I have to copy a file from remote desktop to my local desktop using TELNET

Telnet is not meant for file transfer.

what is your source operating system and destination operating system?

Honored Contributor

Re: FTP

> what is your source operating system and
> destination operating system?

Why didn't _I_ think to ask a question like
that?

Did you look at the picture? Was some part
of "Microsoft Windows XP" unclear?

A better question would ask about the
"client" and "server", not the "source" and
"destination". The question is who is trying
to contact whom, not which way the files are
moving. An alert reader could infer the
client. The reference to a "remote desktop"
suggests that the intended FTP server isn't
really any kind of server, but I'll admit
that a description of that end of the
transaction is still missing.
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