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simple concurrent ftp client

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I have a routine job under sun solaris. The program ftp
a large text file from another sun machine, then evenly split
it into 4 files for further SAS processing.  Now ftp take
quite some time, and split take quite some time.  As I
understand , it should be possible to split the file
while doing ftp. Futher, we should be able to have 4 concurrent ftp that going to fether different part

the original file and save into 4 piece.  
That way is much faster.  Under windows, there are programs like flashftp, netants. But I don't know

to
do it under unix.

How can find such a program or if necessary write a
special ftp client for this purpose?

Thanks.

Sean

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I think you might be able to do this under ncftp.  See http://www.ncftp.com/
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Looks like I'm the only contender here...
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