[-v] [-d] [-i] [-n] [-g] [host]
The ftp command is used to transfer files between two network sites. It is an implementation of the Arpanet File Transfer Protocol. The command is interactive; the options listed next may be specified either on the command line or at the ftp prompt.
Example: To transfer the file test.txt from the local host (odin) to the remote host (fenris), use
To abort a file transfer, use the terminal interrupt key (typically <Ctrl>-C).
|-v||Run in verbose operation. Show all responses from the remote server.|
|-n||Do not attempt to log in automatically upon making initial connection. Without this option, ftp will check the user's ~/.netrc file for information about the account on the remote ...|