This article explains 200 series response code.
The requested action has been successfully completed.
202 FTP Response code
A 202 response is meant to indicate that the command is recognized but not implemented by the server because it has no use or meaning to the server. It is considered a successful reply because the client can continue its FTP transaction as if
the command was successfully completed on the server.
202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site.
211 FTP Response code
A 211 code is given in response to commands asking for status or help from the server. The information contained along with the response is intended for user consumption and rarely has a meaning to the client process itself.
211 System status, or system help reply.
212 FTP Response code
A 212 code is given in response to a command asking for directory status information. A STAT command that includes a path parameter is one command where a 212 response would be expected.
212 Directory status.
213 FTP Response code
A 213 code may be given in response to a command asking for status information on a file transfer. A STAT command issued during a file transfer is one command where a 213 response code would be expected.
213 File status.
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