It needs to implement (in Java) the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) for a client and server application that works under the TFTP protocol. the protocol on top of UDP.
• Support for octet mode only. The files should be transferred as a raw sequence of bytes. Do not read, write or transfer files as characters.
• Support only for error handling when the server is unable to satisfy the request because the file cannot be found.
• No support for error handling when data duplication occurs.
The client and server applications should be simple Java console applications. The server should operate (i.e. read and write files) in the directory where it is started from. The server should support simultaneous file transfers to and from multiple clients. The client should just read command-line arguments (or have a very simple console-based menu - e.g. "press 1 to store a file, press 2 to retrieve file") and execute user commands (i.e. reading or writing a file).
Implementation of an even simpler version of TFTP on top of TCP
it will use TCP sockets to implement a protocol that operates like TFTP (i.e. supports only read and write operations). Given that TCP supports in-order, reliable data transport, The client and server applications should be equally simple, as in Task 1. The server must be able to handle multiple file transfers.
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Hi Sir, I have huge experience in Java development and i am expert in java socket programming. I worked heavily on TCP protocol and also know TFT Protocol. I will code your Client and Service application in 1 days wit Plus