Anonymous FTP: ftp.slac.stanford.edu
Authenticated FTP: ftp-slac.slac.stanford.edu
You will get a reply from firstname.lastname@example.org that your request has been filled, and your directories directories have been created This example below is for unix user account johnbrown for anonymous FTP:
/afs/slac/public/users/johnbrown/ which is where you put files to be picked up by off-site collaborators (in this example, johnbrown) using anonymous ftp.
/afs/slac/public/incoming/johnbrown which is where off-site collaborators (in this example, johnbrown) put files for on-site users to pick up.
If the collaborator has access to AFS at SLAC, instead of using anonymous FTP, he or she may simply connect to ftp-slac.slac.stanford.edu to/afs/slac.stanford.edu/public/users, /afs/slac.stanford.edu/public/groups, or/afs/slac.stanford.edu/public/software and copy in the file.
ftp.slac.stanford.edu for anonymous FTP
ftp-slac.slac.stanford.edu for authenticated FTP
Sign in with your AFS account and password for authenticated FTP. For anonymous FTP you can sign in with guest information.
Leave your files at the directory space given to you by unix-admin (e.g., /afs/slac/public/users/johnbrown/ for user account johnbrown for anonymous FTP, and the off-site user can pick them up.