Fast guide to Redbooks and articles on FTP for the iSeries

Need information fast on FTP for the iSeries? Take a look at these publications. We've found Redbooks, articles and FAQs for everyone from novice users to experienced pros.

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Need information fast on FTP for the iSeries? Take a look at these publications. We've found Redbooks, articles and FAQs for everyone from novice users to experienced pros.


Practical programming for AS/400 FTP automated interfaces

AS/400 FTP question & answer sheet

iSeries AS/400 FTP tips and techniques

How to set up a secure anonymous FTP site

V4 TCP/IP for AS/400: More cool things than Ever

V5 TCP/IP Applications on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

AS/400 Internet security scenarios: A practical approach

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Practical programming for AS/400 FTP automated interfaces
Thibault Dambrine, owner of TYLOGIX Consulting Inc. and FTP and connectivity expert, focuses on FTP and programming techniques for this most convenient communication tool on the AS/400. He shows you how to make FTP work for you, using everyday CL, RPG or any other high-level language on the AS/400.

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AS/400 FTP question & answer sheet
Here you will find a quick reference for all the messages and questions Thibault Dambrine received about FTP for the iSeries.

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iSeries AS/400 FTP tips and techniques
This Web site pulls together some of the top articles and tips on FTP for the iSeries. You'll find tips from other iSeries-specific Web sites and publications, as well as tips submitted by users.

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How to set up a secure anonymous FTP site
Here is a FAQ on setting up a secure FTP Site. FTP sites are known for much abuse by transferring illegal files. They also open many opportunities for intruders to gain access via misconfigured setups. And lastly many versions of FTP servers have had security holes. This FAQ is intended to clean up this abuse by allowing administrators to go through this checklist of steps to make sure their FTP is correctly configured and that they are running the most current FTP daemon.

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V4 TCP/IP for AS/400: More cool things than ever
The information in this Redbook helps you plan, install, tailor, configure, and troubleshoot TCP/IP on your AS/400 system. It provides enough basic information about the common TCP/IP functions to allow the reader to set up the TCP/IP functions on an AS/400 system. In some cases, it provides more in-depth information, while, in other cases, it refers you to another source of more detailed documentation that goes beyond the basics. Some knowledge of the AS/400 platform and TCP/IP is assumed.

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V5 TCP/IP Applications on the IBM eServer iSeries Server
Building on the "cool" ideal, this IBM Redbook describes V5 enhancements to many of the TCP/IP applications. It covers Telnet, FTP, IPP, NTP, SMTP, and making VPN connections with the iSeries, to and from the Internet.

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AS/400 Internet security scenarios: A practical approach
Learn how to exploit your AS/400 integrated network security functions. Today, network administrators face the challenge of implementing layered security architectures to protect their networks from the increasing sophistication of "hackers". To provide all of the security needed within a manageable budget is a complex task. This redbook explores all the native network security features available on the AS/400 system such as IP filters, NAT, VPN, HTTP proxy server, SSL, DNS, mail relay, auditing, and logging. It also includes a section that provides FTP exit examples.

This was first published in July 2003

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