SFTP - Secure File Transfer Protocol
Using SFTP to transfer data.
Connect to Server via SFTP
List files on remote server
Dowloading a file
Uploading a flie
Preserve time-stamps, important for Photo Albums.
put -p directory
Download a directory and the contents.
get -r directory
Upload a directory and the contents.
put -r directory
Display remote working directory.
Print local working directory.
Display a remote directory listing
Display local directory listing
Copy remote directory contents to local dir
media with resume and recursive flags.
sftp -ar email@example.com:/home/iron/video C:\Users\Iron\Media
-rRecursively copy entire directories when uploading and downloading. Note that sftp does not follow symbolic links encountered in the tree traversal.
-aAttempt to continue interrupted transfers rather than overwriting existing partial or complete copies of files. If the partial contents differ from those being transferred, then the resultant file is likely to be corrupt.