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Ftp Connection under dos without API

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i have set up the connection with TCP/IP. the station can ping each other. but i didn't have the API of the ICP/IP server under dos. r there anyway to setup a ftp connection under that condition. or r there any standard lib for c to setup such connection?
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by:ntdragon
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if you had set a tcp connection then
for ftp connection use port:21
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can u give more details? i have no experieces under dos
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belive me, either me

try to explain to me how did you made the tcp/ip connection in dos and i"ll try to be more helpful
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by:prozak
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Are you actually writing for DOS or will this be a console application. If it's a console app, you can use any of the windows API including all of the winsock functions.
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AlexVirochovsky earned 200 total points
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In addition to my prev. reply you
can use toolbook library/dll from:
           http://www.ets.bristol.ac.uk/toolbook/scripts/ftp/user.htm(tutorial)
           http://www.ets.bristol.ac.uk/toolbook/scripts/ftp/ftp.htm (dll)
Alex
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