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FTP Replies, Reply Code Format and Important Reply Codes
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FTP Multiple-Line Text Replies
It is possible for a reply to contain
more than one line of text. In this case, each line starts with the
reply code, and all lines but the last have a hyphen between the reply
code and the reply text, to indicate that the reply continues. The last
line has a space between the reply code and reply text, just like a
single-line reply. This facility is often used to provide additional
response information after a user logs in, via the 230 reply code. Table 231
contains an example.
Table 231: FTP Multiple-Line Text Reply Example
user to FTP server jabberwockynocky.
230-You are user #17 of 100 simultaneous users allowed.
230-Please see the file "faq.txt" for help using this server.
230 Logged in.
As mentioned before, the
actual text string for each reply code is implementation-specific. You
can sometimes find some rather humorous text strings associated with
some of these error messages. For example, I tried some commands using
the FreeBSD FTP client on one of my Internet accounts. If you try to
send or receive a file before you are logged in, it doesn't return an
error like Requested action not taken. File unavailable.
It tells me Login first, then I might let you do that..
what an attitude these computers have today! J
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