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Old Fetch 2.1.2 OS9 works New Fetch OSX doesnt (6 posts)

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  • Started 10 years ago by velocite
  • Latest reply 10 years ago from Kabul
  • velocite Member

    i can connect with my old fetch using os9 as i always have but when i try the same settings on osx f4.0.3 the poor puppy just keeps running - i have a screen snap of the error

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    I would recommend changing the "Use passive mode transfers (PASV)" setting in the Firewall section of Fetch Preferences. If that does not help could you choose "Fetch Transcript" from the Window menu while the dog is running and post the contents of that window?

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • velocite Member

    I would recommend changing the "Use passive mode transfers (PASV)" setting in the Firewall section

    thanks jim - that worked changing the firewal connection - have a good week and thanks for the quick reply
    john
    velocite.net

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • Kabul Member

    Hi folks,

    I've got the same problem using F4.0.3 on OSX.2.8. Dog runs 'n' runs! Have tried toggling the Firewall settings but still nothing doing. Connects no problem under OS9.2.1

    TIA

    K.

    Transcript:

    Fetch 4.0.3 System 0x1028 Serial FETCHED001-D610-7L1H TR
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:02:01)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:24:32)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk/proxy.pac, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk/proxy.pac port 3128 (14/10/03 13:31:02)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:31:32)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:34:35)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:39:50)
    Using Proxy OPEN proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:44:58)
    Using USER with no logon (aka USER user@host) proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:46:31)
    Using USER with no logon (aka USER user@host) proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:47:04)
    Using USER with no logon (aka USER user@host) proxy server host:wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk, port:3128, userid:
    Connecting to wwwcache.nottingham.ac.uk port 3128 (14/10/03 13:52:47)

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Try setting the Proxy Type pop-up menu in the Firewall section of Preferences to "None".

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • Kabul Member

    Thanks Jim - the dawg's got his bone!

    Keith

    Posted 10 years ago #

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