The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a software standard for transferring computer files between machines with widely different operating systems. It belongs to the application layer of the Internet protocol suite. FTP is an 8-bit client-server protocol, capable of handling any type of file without further processing, such as MIME or Uuencode. However, FTP has extremely high latency; that is, the time between beginning the request and starting to receive the required data can be quite long, and a sometimes-lengthy login procedure is required.
Open source server fully compatible with RFC 959 and 3659, written in Java. Site includes documentation and links to an online demonstration server.
Free secure FTP Java server with screenshots, manual, and forum.
Cross-platform solutions supporting SFTP, FTPS and SCP protocols. FAQs, documentation. Links to case studies and support forum.
Managed File Transfer Server supporting FTP/S, SFTP, SCP and HTTP/S.
A free (GPL) secure FTP server for Unix, Linux and MacOS X.
A multi-protocol file server (FTP, HTTP, FTPS, HTTPS, SFTP) for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris.
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