FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It was written by Abhay Bhushan and published as RFC 114 on 16 April 1971. It is supported by all operating systems and browsers. It is built on a client-server architecture.
How to Install and configure FTP server in Redhat/Centos Linux
Step 1: We will use localhost for our machine to setup the ftp server.
Step 2: Install the vsftpd (very secure FTP daemon) package.
yum install -y vsftpd
Step 3: Start the FTP Server when the system is on.
systemctl enable vsftpd.service
Step 4: Check the status of the ftp server
systemctl status vsftpd.service
Step 5: Configure the vsftpd package. We will edit
Change the line which contain anonymous_enable=NO to anonymous_enable=YES
This will give permit any one to access FTP server with authentication.
Change the following to YES
Step 6: Start the FTP Server
systemctl start vsftpd.service
Step 7: Install the FTP Client
yum install -y lftpd
Step 8: Connect ftp to localhost