Understand TCP socket programming by developing a simplified FTP client that works with any standard FTP server. You must create your own socket, and cannot use any existing FTP library. You may use Python as the programming language.
The client should be designed to start by typing the command:
where “server-name” is the name or IP address of the server. Next, display a prompt for entering the FTP user name, followed by a prompt for entering the password.
After a successful login, the following commands should be available in the FTP client prompt:
myftp> cd remote-path
Change to the “remote-path” directory in the remote server.
myftp> get remote-file
Download the file named “remote-file” from the remote server to the local machine with the same file name.
myftp> put local-file
Upload the file named “local-file” from the local machine to the remote server with the same file name.
myftp> delete remote-file
Delete the file named “remote-file” from the remote server.
Quit the FTP client.
All the above commands (including entering the user name and password) when executed should return a Success/Failure status. All the path names and file names should be considered relative to the current directory (unless absolute path name is given). After a successful file transfer, a success message should be displayed with the number of bytes transferred.
Please run the Windows/Linux built-in command line FTP client to see the expected result of each command. You may test your client by connecting it to any standard FTP server, such as [login to view URL] or FileZilla server (https://filezilla- [login to view URL]) running on a Windows machine.
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