This article explains 300 series response code.
The command has been accepted, but the requested action is on hold, pending receipt of further information.
331 FTP Response code
A 331 code is sent in response to the USER command when a password is required for the login to continue. It is considered as a positive intermediate response and the client should immediately respond with a PASS command.
331 User name okay, need password.
332 FTP Response code
A 332 code is sent in response to a login-related command where an account is required to continue the login process. It is considered as a positive intermediate response and the client should immediately follow with an ACCT command.
332 Need account for login.
334 FTP Response code
A 334 code is sent in response to the AUTH command when the requested security mechanism is accepted and includes a security data to be used by the client to construct the next command. The square brackets are not to be included in the response
and it is optional to indicate the security data in the response.
336 FTP Response code
A 336 response code is sent in response to a
USER command where a challenge is to be presented to the user in order for them to provide a valid password. The FTP client should immediately respond with a
PASScommand. This response is intended to
be presented to a human user and the format of the challenge should be understood by the user.
336 Username okay, need password. Challenge is...
350 FTP Response code
A 350 response code is sent by the server in response to a file-related command that requires further commands in order for the operation to be completed. The original FTP specification identifies two instances where this reply code can be used. The first is in response to a
REST command, which would indicate that the server has received the restart marker and is pending the initiation of file transfer to resume the transfer at the marker point. The second is in positive response to the
RNFR command where the server is waiting for an
RNTO command to complete the file rename operation.
350 Requested file action pending further information.
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