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FTP is designed for distributing files Like the Web, it uses a client-server system, in which files are stored at a central computer and transferred between that computer and other computers The central computer runs software called an FTP server, and the other computers run software called an FTP client (or FTP program) Using FTP, the client requests a file transfer (either an upload or a download), and then the client and server exchange data FTP communication is always between clients and servers, never between clients: just because two people have FTP client software doesn t mean they can exchange files with each other One person might send a file to a server and the other person might then download that file, but a server must still be in the middle
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FTP client software can be a separate, stand-alone program, such as Ipswich Software s popular WS_FTP (described in the section Using Windows-Based FTP Clients Like WS_FTP later in this chapter) FTP client software can also be built into other software In fact, FTP client capability is incorporated in most popular web browsers, including Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and others and is included as a command-line utility program in most operating systems (including Windows) The FTP client incorporated into browsers provides basic FTP capabilities and works fine for downloading files from most FTP servers You can also use browsers for uploading files to FTP servers if only basic FTP capabilities are needed Stand-alone FTP client software, whether a commercial program or an FTP utility provided as part of the operating system, generally offers more flexibility Stand-alone FTP clients can help you deal with the less conventional configurations of FTP servers, with the various types of files, and with managing the files and directories at both ends of the transfer FTP clients may rely on text commands (like the FTP program that comes with Windows) or may provide a graphical user interface with buttons and windows Commercial programs sometimes also offer useful troubleshooting utilities
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The Internet contains thousands of FTP servers Many organizations that run web servers also run FTP servers to handle the distribution of various files: free programs, product documentation, or data files Often, when visitors to a web site click a link to download something, the link actually redirects the visitor s browser to an FTP server (You can tell that such a redirection has happened if you notice that the address your browser is using for the download begins with ftp:// instead of http://) For most Internet users today, such subtle redirections are their only exposure to FTP FTP servers supply other files besides those listed on web pages In general, the other files on FTP servers support the needs of the more technical users of the Internet, such as UNIX users, network administrators, and software developers and testers Some files on FTP servers may be accessible to the general public, whereas others are accessible only by private users such as customers or members of the organization that runs the server On many FTP servers at educational and nonprofit organizations, public access is a service due only to the generosity of that organization To separate the general public from the more private, privileged users, every user of an FTP server must log onto that server with a user name and password If the server supports public access, members of the public log on using the login name anonymous, and either no password or the user s e-mail address as the password For that reason, public servers are usually called anonymous FTP servers Private users who log on using assigned names and passwords usually have access to additional folders (directories) that the public can t see When you use a browser to access an FTP server, it automatically performs an anonymous login for you unless you direct it otherwise
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