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> Commands T
Transfers files to and from a remote computer running the
TFTP service. This command is available only if the TCP/IP
protocol has been installed.
- Specifies the local or remote computer.
- Specifies where to transfer the file.
If destination is omitted, it is assumed to have the
same name as source.
- Transfers the file destination on the remote computer
to the file source on the local computer.
Specify put if transferring file file-two on the local
computer to file file-one on remote computer.
Specify get if transferring file file-two on the remote
computer to file file-one on the remote computer.
Since the tftp protocol does not support user authentication,
the user must be logged on, and the files must be writable on
the remote computer.
- Transfers the file destination on the local computer to
the file source on the remote computer.
- Specifies the file to transfer.
If the local file is specified as -, the remote file is
printed out on stdout (if getting), or is read from stdin
- Displays help.
- Specifies binary image transfer mode (also called octet).
In binary image mode, the file is moved literally, byte by byte.
Use this mode when transferring binary files.
If -i is omitted, the file is transferred in ASCII mode.
This is the default transfer mode.
This mode converts the EOL characters to a carriage return for
UNIX and a carriage return/line feed for personal computers.
This mode should be used when transferring text files.
If a file transfer is successful, the data transfer rate is
- Windows NT