This article explains 200 series response code.
The requested action has been successfully completed.
225 FTP Response code
A 225 code is sent in response to the ABOR command when the data connection is still open but there is no file transfer in progress to abort.
225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress.
226 FTP Response code
A 226 reply code is sent by the server before closing the data connection after successfully processing the previous client command affecting the data connection. In most cases, it signals the completion of a file transfer. It can also be sent
in response to the ABOR command, which signals that the current file transfer was successfully terminated.
226 Closing data connection.
227 FTP Response code
This is the response given by the server to the PASV command. It indicates that the server is ready for the client to connect to it for the purpose of establishing a data connection. The format of this response is important because the client
software must be capable of parsing out the connection information it contains. The values h1 to h4 are the IP addresses that the server is listening on. The values p1 to p2 are used to calculate the port that the server is listening on using the
following formula: PASV port = (p1 * 256) + p2.
227 Entering Passive Mode (h1, h2, h3, h4, p1, p2)
230 FTP Response code
The server sends a 230 code in response to a command that has provided sufficient credentials to the server to grant the user access to the FTP server.
230 User logged in, proceed.
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