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TCP/IP Client on NetWare 3.12 (or 3.20) station (no Windows)

In a NetWare 3.2 (3.12 with Y2K upgrade) station, How can I use FTP client and what software has to be installed, if possible without changes on the NW server
(the tcp/ip connection is to another server)
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davidpo
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lpenrodCommented:
Are you wanting your NetWare server to be an FTP server, or an FTP client?
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lpenrodCommented:
I don't totally understand your question.  Do you already have a server setup with FTP on it.  

How you access an FTP server depends on what client you are using.

If you have Windows 9x or NT, you need to add TCP/IP to that workstation.  Then you can FTP the server by going to a DOS prompt (or Start - Run):
FTP <ip address>
or
FTP <dns name>

If I am off base, please provide more information.
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davidpoAuthor Commented:
I want to add to a NetWare workstation (DOS not Windows) TCP/IP client and FTP client. I don't want to change anything in the NetWare server (it doesn't support TPC/IP and it doesn't have to support it)
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davidpoAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 150
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aioudineCommented:
1) Buy PC/TCP® Client from netmanage
http://www.netmanage.com/products/pctcp5/index.asp
OR

2) Buy Novell LAN WorkPalce 5 for DOS
http://www.novell.com/catalog/qr/sne34250.html

OR

3) use NSCA telnet suite (ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/.3/simtelnet/msdos/ncsatlnt/)
It's worked over packet driver, so
you must learn more about how to configure Packet driver over ODI
(see
http://www.dcb.com/dcbwpktd.htm)

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