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Unix script command to ftp through the proxy server

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(echo ' (echo "
user <proxy_username> <proxy_password>
user <remote_ftp_username> <remote_ftp_password>
verbose
passive
binary
put <filename>
ls <filename>
close
bye"
) | ftp -n <proxy_server>') | ftp -n <remote_ftp_server>
 

The above command can be used in linux but not hp unix.  Can somebody please help to see whether the command is correct for hp unix or not.  Thank you.
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Question by:chokbeng
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by:chinna22
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you are better off using expect
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by:chokbeng
ID: 12061003
I got the answer already,

echo ' echo "
user <proxy_username> <proxy_password>
user <remote_ftp_username> <remote_ftp_password>
verbose
passive
binary
put <filename>
ls <filename>
close
bye"
 | ftp -n <proxy_server>' | ftp -n <remote_ftp_server>
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