Are you still using a FTP client?, another program for Ping or Traceroute? another program for TFTP? another for Telnet, Time, Whois, DNS, ......... ????
Why don't you use a unique program that includes all these features and many more under one application?
Shuttle FTP Suite is the only Internet Suite that includes all these applications in one program. It also has a very visual interface (similar to Windows Explorer) that makes it very easy to use. Feel free to download it... it is shareware!.
Shuttle FTP Suite, is an Internet multiprotocol client, so it can perform the functions of every client supported by the program. Due to the fact that it has been developed to work in a Windows environment, it has a visual, easy and intuitive interface.
Those characteristics are obtained building a program that supports multiple windows or MDI documents (multiple document interface). Allowing the use of different windows simultaneously, the work that have to be done gets easier . Working with a program that does not support MDI, means that multiple sessions of the same program must be opened for every client, but using a MDI program, there is no need to open more than one session of the program, because as many clients as wanted can be opened from it, and they will be displayed in their respective child windows. Using Shuttle FTP Suite, you can open several sessions of each implemented protocol (FTP, Telnet, Ping, Whois, DNS, Finger, ...), and open sessions of different clients from the main program.
Shuttle FTP Suite supports multiple Internet protocols : FTP, TFTP, Telnet, Finger, Whois, DNS, Traceroute and Ping, Time and Daytime.
What's New in this Release: MFTP (Upload Files to multiple FTP Servers Simultaneously) improvements.
Link to Shuttle FTP Suite sample code
Platform: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000
License: Free To Try
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: May 22, 2017
Last version date: Jun 03, 2005
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