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TRansferring a Zip file from a PC having Windows XP prof as OS to AIX box using putty

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Hello,

I work from home and I connect to the environment (on AIX) using putty. I have a zip file on my laptop (OS: windows xp prof) , I need to move that file from windows to AIX box thru putty. Can any of u guys suggest me how to go about it?

Regards,
Sumanz
Aug 26 '09 #1
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numberwhun
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@sumanz
If you are on windows, and connect using putty, I assume you have ssh access. Try using winscp to connect if you need to get a file to/from the system.

Regards,

Jeff
Aug 27 '09 #2

sumittyagi
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You can also use cmd (MS Dos) to transfer file through ftp. I normally use ftp for this purpose.

run cmd and run the below commands on it.

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  1. cd <directory path where your source file is located.>
  2. ftp <aix server name/ip address>
  3. <give user id and password>
  4. cd <directory path where you want to put the file>
  5. put <file name>
  6. bye
  7. exit
Sep 10 '09 #3

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