If you want to transfer or FTP file... you can use terminal emutor which you are using to connect to mainframe. check the options available with your terminal emlator to do manual FTP. _________________ Natarajan
You are initiating the FTP session from the mainframe, so that is the FTP client. You are connecting to the FTP server. Therefore, you need to specify the TCP/IP address or domain name of the FTP server you are connecting to. That server must be active and responding properly. The login and password are those specifed by the Administrator of that server. The Administrator will also specify a default directory for all of the inbound FTP traffic to route to, so I seriously doubt you need that CD statement, and even if you do I doubt that the format you've given is supported (check with the FTP local site standards for the operating system you're connecting to).
You really need to work out your issues with your onsite server support team and network administrators. There may be firewall issues that you need to be aware of. They need to provide you with the valid domain name and logon/password. Your mainframe system admins need to make sure that the networking path exists between those two systems.
In my view you should have a FTP server running in the machine where you want to store the file from mainframe. first test the ftp server from your windows and then use that ip adress , user and password to connect FTP server.
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