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by boco
2006-08-08 12:45
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Admin interface cannot connect after upgrade
Replies: 6
Views: 4121

I think the problem I'm having is along the same lines... When I try to connect with the admin app to Local Host (127.0.0.1:14147) it works fine but if I try to access the admin using this boxes external IP on port 14147 it doesn't work. NetStat shows FZ Server listening on the FTP port but the onl...
by boco
2006-08-08 12:32
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Getting CRC of file after uploading (or before downloading)
Replies: 5
Views: 2542

That would be the XCRC and XMD5 features. AFAIK FZ Server does not support them yet and I don't know if they are planned. You should make a FR.

boco
by boco
2006-08-08 12:29
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: I think My firewall is Blocking something
Replies: 11
Views: 4653

Yes there is a FAQ stickied in the forums.

This is the server sticky:

http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/forum/ ... .php?t=368

boco
by boco
2006-07-30 23:18
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Release that supports Windows Me
Replies: 3
Views: 1685

Win98 and ME - Yes.
Win95 - Unfortunately not anymore.

For Win95 use something like FTPShell client. It's not the cream of the pie, but it works.

boco
by boco
2006-07-29 23:17
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Release that supports Windows Me
Replies: 3
Views: 1685

All releases 2.2.22 and below. But you shouldn't use them, as they have security issues.

Just google for SmartFTP.

boco
by boco
2006-07-29 00:39
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Download Problems
Replies: 1
Views: 1469

Depends. If the ftp host site allows anonymous access, then yes.

You also could use ftp://username:password@ftp-site.com/filename.ext. But that would leave the username/password visible to the public...

boco
by boco
2006-07-29 00:08
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Shared folders... Plural? More than one? No. Just one.
Replies: 3
Views: 2377

The home directory has to exist, I think, but can be empty.
Then configure your two directories with aliases.

Set only list permission on the homedir.

Set whatever permissions you want on the other dirs.

Result: You see only two directories when you connect, the ones you configured.

boco
by boco
2006-07-28 23:55
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Couldnt get home dir!
Replies: 2
Views: 1681

If it is defined, does the homedir actually exist (on disk)?

boco
by boco
2006-07-28 23:52
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: "could not send reply, disconnected." on all FTP c
Replies: 7
Views: 3497

There are some ISPs blocking commonly used ports for FTP. Have you tried using a nonstandard port?

boco
by boco
2006-07-27 21:24
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Connects to server but times out
Replies: 4
Views: 1916

Re: Connects to server but times out

mikehess wrote:i recently reformatted my computer and reinstalled xp
Did you configure or disable WinXPs built in firewall?

boco
by boco
2006-07-27 21:01
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: "could not send reply, disconnected." on all FTP c
Replies: 7
Views: 3497

Please read the FAQ sticky in this forum, chapter 2 for configuring your firewall properly, you have to open more ports than just 21.

boco
by boco
2006-07-27 20:58
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SSL Propierties
Replies: 1
Views: 1403

Re: SSL Propierties

fjva wrote:SSH Version
SSH? Filezilla server has no SSH capabilities.

boco
by boco
2006-07-27 20:54
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Security Question
Replies: 1
Views: 1298

1. FTP over SSL (FTPS) and SFTP are not only different types of encryption, they are different types of servers. SSH servers are found mostly in the *nix world. 2. Filezilla Server offers no Secure Shell (SSH) encryption. Filezilla Client is designed to not only support Filezilla server, but as many...
by boco
2006-07-27 20:43
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Admin interface cannot connect after upgrade
Replies: 6
Views: 4121

Open a command window (Start - Run... - Enter 'cmd')

now type netstat -a -b

Search for Filezilla server.exe and look what ports it is listening on.

boco
by boco
2006-07-25 23:02
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: I get a error when starting server :(
Replies: 11
Views: 7572

No, you should run the Filezilla Server.exe with the /compat switch. This way it starts as a program, not a service.

boco