What is the difference between TFTP and FTP application
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Answer / suneel ch
TFTP User UDP Protocol and FTP uses TCP/IP Protocol
Correct me if i am wrong
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Answer / bob smart
FTP uses TCP/IP Protocol and is connection orientated -
this means that it uses error checking and flow control
where TFTP does not - it uses the basic UDP connectionless
protocol, so no error checking or flow control.
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Answer / satish pathak
TFTP -- Uses UDP as transport protocol
FTP -- Uses TCP as transport protocol.
No need of authentication in TFTP where as authentication
is compulsary in FTP.
3. TFTP is designed to use just get and put application
effectively as protocol itself is very small. Everything is
copied back in /tftpboot.
FTP is advanced that TFTP provides more control and data
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Answer / sri
Tftp is used for the transfer of data in less security
networks and TFTP implemented above UDP, Whereas FTP is
used in Wide Area Network and implemented above TCP.
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Answer / durai
FTP is a protocol used mostly for end users.
TFTP is used by cisco rouer and switch administrators
TFTP uses UDP
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Answer / oliver
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Answer / arun
TFTP: Trivial File Transfer Protocol
Its use in command line interface for file transfer.
this is old version of FTP.
FTP: File Transfer Protocol
Use of both CLI & GUI interface for transferring a file.
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Answer / sham
what is the difference in ftp and tftp
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