Tagged: DOS

View your IP address

A quick way to view your IP address is by using the command IPCONFIG.

Just start a command prompt:

Start -> Run -> Cmd

and then type:

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What is FTP

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used to transfer files between computers on a Network.

There a several ways to use ftp – here are some of them:

  • From a command prompt – by using the command ftp
  • Directly in a browser by using a url like: ftp://ftpserver
  • Using a ftp client

In this article, we will be looking on the dos command ftp.
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Zip files in a script

If you have an application running, which creates a lot of log files – it would be neat to have simple functionality to zip those files. This is possible, just using dos scripts and the AT functionality.

First the script – it could look something like this:

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