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File transfers (FTP)

File Transfer Protocol, or FTP, is the Internet standard for transferring files from one location to another. Typically, this involves downloading data from a remote site (a server on the Internet) to a local site (a user's home PC), or conversely from a local site to a remote site. Applications of FTP include the retrieval of MP3s from Internet servers or posting web page content to the user's ISP Web site. An FTP client is an application that runs on a personal computer or workstation and enables you to download and upload files via File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

Recommended FTP Clients

GRU.net recommends CuteFTP, WS_FTP, or Fetch. It is also possible to use built-in FTP software in Windows however, this software only offers a command line interface, which can be confusing to novice users.
You cannot Telnet into your account and use Linux-style commands. You'll need to FTP into the account in order to transfer files.

Personal Web Space Limit

Personal web pages are limited to 5MB of space on the servers. This is generally more than the average person will use, but GRU.net wants to ensure that you have the space to post just about any kind of page you'd like. Remember, however, that some material is considered inappropriate and shouldn't be posted on a GRU.net account. For more information, read the GRU.net Service Agreement.

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