Using "put" command you can upload only a single file at a time.
To upload multiple files, you should use "mput" command.
psftp> mput filename1 filename2 filename3 ...
SFTP expects local path and remote path from the user before uploading since it is a file transfer.
If user does not specify anything, the default paths will be taken automatically by PSFTP.
psftp> mput file1.sh file2.sh file3.sh
The above code will upload the files from the default local path (if exists) and put them in the remote default path.
|current remote working directory is /home/user1|
|psftp> cd /mine/files/level|
|new remote working directory is /mine/files/level|
|current local working directory is C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop|
|psftp> lcd C:\folder1|
|new local working directory is C:\folder1|
|psftp> mput file1.sh file2.sh file3.sh|
Since the remote and local paths are already defined, the above code will upload file1.sh, file2.sh, file3.sh from C:\folder1 to /mine/files/level