Other Common FTP Commands
append - This tells the server that If the file specified in the pathname exists at the server site, then the data shall be appended to that file;
ascii - Default transfer data type intended primarily for the transfer of text files
bell - Cause a bell to ring after each command.
binary - Transfer data type best for the transfer of files other than text files
bye - End the FTP client session and quite the program
cd - Used to browse remote directories
close - Close the active connection
delete - delete the specified file on the remote host
debug - Toggle debug mode on and off
dir - List a remote directory's files and subdirectories.
disconnect - Disconnect from the remote host, but not the FTP program.
get - Cop a file from the server to your local computer
glob - Toggle the use of wildcard characters in local path-names.
hash - Toggle printing a hash (#) for each 2K data block transferred.
help - Used to print a list of available commands
lcd - Used to browse local directories
literal - Send arguments, as-is, to the remote FTP host.
ls - List items in the directory
mdelete - Delete files on remote host.
mdir - Display a list of a remote directory's files and sub-directories.
mget - Copy multiple remote files to the local computer.
mkdir - Used to create a directory on the server
mls - List a remote directory's files and folders.
mput - Copy multiple local files to the remote host.
open - Open a connection to the server
prompt – During copying of multiple files, this allows the FTP client to prompt for action after each file has been copied
put - Send a file from the local computer to the remote server
pwd - Returns the name of the current directory on the remote host
quit - End the FTP client session and quite the program
quote - Send arguments, as-is, to the remote FTP host
recv - Copy a remote file to the local PC
remotehelp - Display help for remote commands
rename - Used to rename a specified file to the new name given
rmdir - This is used to remove a directory from the drectory tree
send - Copy a local file to the remote host.
status - Used to check whether you are connected to the server, what other features are turned on and off
trace - Toggle data packet tracing on and off
type - The data representation type used for data transfer and storage.
user - The person or process wishing to access the file transfer service
verbose - Turn on and off echoing activity on screen
This sums up the common FTP commands list