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FTP problem (poss slightly OT)



 
 
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Old September 9th 03, 07:17 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Glyn Grinstead
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Default FTP problem (poss slightly OT)

In article , Kenchie wrote:
I have recently encountered a problem when using a couple of different
ftp clients (FileZilla, LeechFTP), plus Dreamweaver MX and FeedReader.
They appear to connect OK over my DSL connection, but cannot retreive a
directory listing and then disconnect. The connection works fine for web
browsing and everything else. I'm using a Speedtouch USB modem. Anyone
have any ideas please?


Almost certainly a question of turning on passive mode - have a look through
the options in your ftp client and there should be something along those
lines. Have you installed a firewall recently - many firewalls will only
allow passive mode ftp connections.

Glyn.
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Old September 9th 03, 08:27 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Kenchie
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Default FTP problem (poss slightly OT)

I put it to you, Glyn Grinstead, that on 09 Sep 2003 18:17:10 GMT you
did state the following; slrnbls696.dsf.*no-
, says...

Almost certainly a question of turning on passive mode - have a look through
the options in your ftp client and there should be something along those
lines. Have you installed a firewall recently - many firewalls will only
allow passive mode ftp connections.

Glyn.

Excellent - thanks.
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