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what is the command to ftp a file from one server to another

we are in server1   with file1.dmp to be ftp to server2

please help me with exact syntax
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cd /path/on/server1
ftp server2

- enter username and password for server2

cd /path/on/server2
bin
put file1.dmp
exit
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