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Both 3.03 and 4.01 will not list files (3 posts)

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  • Started 13 years ago by estirose
  • Latest reply 13 years ago from estirose
  • estirose Member

    I've been using 3.03 in classic and now 4.0.1 in OS 10.1. It gets past the authentication, but it gets stuck (dog keeps running) whenever it tries to retrieve the file list. I can log onto this server using terminal ftp and another ftp client. I deselected Internet Config, upon reading of a similar problem on this board, but it didn't help.

    Here is the transcript from my most recent session in 4.0.1:

    System Version = 0x1010
    Connecting to ftp36.pair.com port 21 (11/19/01 8:55:44 PM)
    220 ftp36.pair.com NcFTPd Server (licensed copy) ready.
    ADAT
    500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.
    USER smccrory
    331 User smccrory okay, need password.
    PASS
    230-You are user #2 of 300 simultaneous users allowed.
    230-
    230-FreeBSD 4.1.1-STABLE (PAIRa) #2: Sat Oct 28 13:02:59 EDT 2000
    230-
    230-
    230-Thank you for choosing pair Networks, Inc!
    230-
    230-
    230 Logged in.
    SYST
    215 UNIX Type: L8
    PWD
    257 "/usr/home/smccrory" is cwd.
    MACB ENABLE
    500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.
    PWD
    257 "/usr/home/smccrory" is cwd.
    ABOR
    CStreamOT::Read() OTRcv() returned -3208
    426 Nothing to abort.

    It will basically sit at the 257 cwd forever if I don't abort. Anything else I can try?

    Posted 13 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    You should try checking the "Use passive mode transfers (PASV)" box in the Firewall section of Preferences. Does that help?

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 13 years ago #

  • estirose Member

    Oh, yeah, it works now. Duh! Knew I'd forgotten to try something.

    Many thanks for repeating yourself once again.

    Posted 13 years ago #

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