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Learning these key differences can help you when choosing a file transfer protocol or troubleshooting common connection issues. FTP, the FTP (File Transfer Protocol) protocol has been around for quite some time. It has also traditionally been done for FTP using various "hackish" approaches that were never in any FTP spec. FXP FTP supports "third party transfers often called "FXP". It allows a client to ask a server to send data to a third host, a host that isn't the same as the client. Both protocols offer uploads. FTP has an "append" command, where http is more of a "here's data coming now you deal with it" approach. It could be worth noticing that WebDAV is a protocol on top of http that provides \"filesystem-like\" abilities, ascii/binary/ebcdic, fTP has a notion of file format so it can transfer data. This also means that if both parties are behind NATs, you cannot use FTP! Additionally, as NATs often are setup to kill idle connections and the nature of FTP makes the control channel remain quiet during long and slow FTP transfers, we often end up with the control channel getting cut off by the NAT. Another obvious benefit (apart from having to re-open the connection again for next transfer) with chunked encoding compared to plain closing of the connection is the ability to detect premature connection shutdowns.


The settings you dOWNLOAD STAION will ahve to make on your server-side firewall or your client-side firewall will largely depend on which mode you choose. To avoid these issues, we suggest you take time for a deeper discussion on active and passive FTP.

The FTP spec authors lived in a different age so the commands for between listing directory contents (list and nlst)) don't have a specified output format so it's a pain to write programs to parse the output. In order to handle concurrent file transfers or directory listings a range of data channel ports must be used. Also, unlike the command channel which remains open during the entire FTP session, the data channel is closed once the transfer of data is complete. The ftps standard took a very long time to "hit it" so there exists a range of hybrid versions out in the wild. However, difference authentications FTP and http have a different set of authentication methods documented.