REVIEW OF DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOLS

Published Date: 31-01-2017

DOI: 10.24128/IJRAER.2017.BC23ef

Author(s) :

Gaurav Bhatt

Volume/Issue :
Volume 2 / Issue 8 (08-2016)
Abstract :

The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard system convention used to exchange PC documents between a customer and server on a PC system. The parallelized exchange convention is a novel system asset mindful parallel method for enhancing document exchange execution on the Internet. Before featuring the parallel document exchange sessions, it considers accessible assets in the system [1]. On board IP systems are a powerful mean to give continuous Internet access to open transport travelers. Such systems require ideal asset allotment because of the shortage and high cost of system assets. The parallelized record exchange convention (P-FTP) is a novel system asset mindful parallel procedure for enhancing document exchange execution for the customers associated with wired systems. An expansion of P-FTP approach, Mobile P-FTP is a proficient record exchange method for the clients of on-board systems. The parallelized FTP (P-FTP) approach, endeavors to take care of the issue of moderate download of substantial sight and sound documents while advancing the usage of mirror servers [2].

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