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I need to transfer files from my ftp to another, is there any tool to put two access and I transfer from one to another without downloading the files to my machine?

  • If you have shell access you can SSH into serverA and then do an FTP from serverA to serverB. – slm Nov 14 '14 at 20:47
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You can use a client that supports the FXP protocol, as described in one of the answers from this webmaster.stackexchange.com Q&A: How can I transfer files from one server to another server using FTP

The following is from the SmartFTP Knowledge base:

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What Is FXP?

FXP stands for File eXchange Protocol. It lets you copy files from one FTP-server to another using an FXP-client. Normally you transfer files using the FTP protocol between your machine and a FTP-server, and the maximum transfer speed depends on the speed of your Internet connection (e.g. 56k, cable or T1). When transferring files between two remote servers using an FXP client, the maximum transfer speed does not depend on your connection but only on the connection between the two servers, which is usually much faster than your own connection. Because it is a direct connection you will not be able to see the progress or the transfer speed of the files.

2 such clients that support this are SmartFTP and CuteFTP.

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Restrictions

  • Both FTP servers must support FXP and have it enabled. Please consult with the server administrator since most FTP servers do not support FXP, or have FXP disabled due to potential security risks.
  • One server has to support PASV mode and the other server must allow PORT commands from a foreign address. The client logs in to both servers and then it arranges for a file transfer by telling one server that it will be a passive transfer and the other that it will be an active transfer, see example.
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Example

The FTP client tells the destination FTP server to listen for a connection by sending a "PASV" command. The source FTP server connects to the data port reported by the destination server (after a successful PASV command). The client then passes the address/port in a "PORT" command to the destination server. Thus all the data goes directly from the source to the destination FTP server. Both servers only report status messages on fail/success to the FTP client. You can transfer files from one remote server to another using SmartFTP by opening a remote server in each window and then dragging and dropping.

References

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You can use FXP. I use CBFTP for Linux FXP: https://cbftp.eu/

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