> Yes but mput will only operate on files within a single directory.
> There seems to be no ftp command that acts recursively. ie. these 362
> files are not in one directory, but located in maybe 50 nested
If you have shell access to the machine you're trying to upload to
perhaps using wget's mirror function could help.
Something like this would work:
wget -m ftp://useraname:password@servername//path/to/files
Note: This will create a directory called servername in your current
and everything will be mirrored in there. Including the /path/to/files bit.
Hope this is of some use to you.
If not, just get a graphical FTP client. (:
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