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by anschrammh
2019-11-18 09:09
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server
Replies: 7
Views: 2668

Re: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server

Hi again, first of all, sorry for getting back to botg that late. After more testing, I discovered that small files aren't being received (not all the time, but sometime - it's quite random) when I use a phone as an access point. When I use a dedicated internet wifi router, this doesn't happen. Larg...
by anschrammh
2019-10-22 11:33
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server
Replies: 7
Views: 2668

Re: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server

I'll do more testing based on what you told me so far, and when I'am done, I will get back to you with the logs as well.
I will also check the code to see where I'am starting to listen.
Thanks a lot.
by anschrammh
2019-10-22 10:53
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server
Replies: 7
Views: 2668

Re: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server

First of all thank you for your time and your reply, Regarding the first issue, When I receive the PASV command, I start accepting new connections on the data port (1024 in my case). While I'am accepting, I'am still processing what is coming on the command port (21 in my case), after PASV, I receive...
by anschrammh
2019-10-22 06:13
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server
Replies: 7
Views: 2668

Issues with STOR command from FZ client and custom FTP server

Hello, everyone. First of all. Thank you in advance for all the help you will be able to provide me with. So here is the situation : I'am currently developing a FTP server on a MCU (the ESP8266). In order to be complient with the FTP protocol, I followed the RFC 959 (or at least what I understood of...