FTP Upload Procedure

Follow the directions below to upload files that are larger than 10 MB in
size to ftp.juniper.net. Files smaller than 10 MB in size should be
uploaded directly to your case in Case Manager.

1. FTP to ftp.juniper.net
jtac@juniper1> ftp ftp.juniper.net
Connected to colo-ftp.juniper.net.
220 colo-ftp.juniper.net FTP server (Version 6.00LS) ready.

2. Login as user “ftp”
Name (ftp.juniper.net:jtac): ftp

3. Use your email address as the password
331 Guest login ok, send your email address as password.
230 Guest login ok, access restrictions apply.
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.

4. Change the directory to “pub/incoming”
ftp> cd pub/incoming
250 CWD command successful.

5. If you have not created a directory with the case number, do so now,
otherwise skip to step 6
ftp> mkdir 2004-0729-0001
257 MKD command successful.

6. Change the directory to the directory with your case number
ftp> cd 2004-0729-0001
250 CWD command successful.

7. Use the ‘pwd’ (print working directory) command to verify you are now
within the directory to which you want to upload the files
ftp> pwd
257 “/pub/incoming/2004-0729-0001” is current directory.

8. Set file transfer to binary. (Not all FTP clients default to binary
transfer which is why we perform this step).
ftp> binary
200 Type set to I.

9. Turn on hash mark printing so you know when the transfer is in progress
ftp> hash
Hash mark printing on (1024 bytes/hash mark).

10. On the local host (the host on which the files reside), change the
directory to where the files are located
ftp> lcd /var/tmp
Local directory now /var/tmp

11. Now “put” the file onto the Juniper Networks FTP server.
ftp> put tcpdump.fe-0-1-0.capture.2
local: tcpdump.fe-0-1-0.capture.2 remote: tcpdump.fe-0-1-0.capture.2
200 PORT command successful.
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for ‘tcpdump.fe-0-1-0.capture.2’.
26720 00:00 ETA
226 Transfer complete.
26720 bytes sent in 0.32 seconds (81.73 KB/s)

12. Once done, you can quit or transfer another file by going back to
step 10. (If all of your files are in the same local directory, you can
continue to upload them without changing directories by going back to step 11).
ftp> quit
221 Goodbye.

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