lftp

Command Line File Transfer Program

LFTP is a reliable shell-like command line FTP client. It can retry operations and does reget automatically. It can do several transfers simultaneously in the background. With LFTP, you can start a transfer in the background and continue browsing that FTP site or another one. This is all done in one process. Background jobs are completed in nohup mode if you exit or close the modem connection. LFTP has reput, mirror, and reverse mirror among its features. Since version 2.0, it also supports the HTTP protocol. Other features include IPV6 support, context sensitive completion, output redirection to files or to pipe, FTP and HTTP proxy support, transfer rate throttling for each connection and for all connections in sum, job queueing, job execution at specified times, opie and skey support in the FTP protocol, SSL for HTTP and FTP, and FXP transfers.

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