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Try http://www.drivehq.com/ftp/ Log In or Register to post comments CAPCTech (not verified) on Nov 14, 2007 How/where does the client outside of our network access the FTP site? FTP simply stands for File Transfer Protocol. Controlling Anonymous Access Pg 3. Please i am in need of the answer. http://upxpress.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-restarts-urgent.php

Before anyone says 'Router problem', 'Router port blocking', i have tested the router and connection with a laptop. In the Details section below the list, the "Opens with" text is displayed for that file type. The laptop works fine. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem?

What if you want to make several directory's worth of your files available to yourself over the Internet while you are traveling? FTP not working By daretosucced in forum Dedicated Server Replies: 9 Last Post: 10-31-2001, 10:33 AM User Tag List Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post For FTP, you require FTP client software like Bulletproof FTP, WSFTP, or CuteFTP. How do you activate that?

  1. I think I have tried that but failed.still pls give the input commandLet me tell u the ftp was working fine earlier about a month back the problem has started recently
  2. Back in the Folder Options window, the new setting will be displayed (and the OK button will be changed to a Close button).
  3. Common issues are firewalls and hijacked winsocks due to trojans or some P2P use.
  4. Database administrator?

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Nem Guru Posts: 1243Loc: UK 3+ Months Ago ping ftp.level5dev.comPinging ftp.mywebsitename.com [64.79.210.96] with 32 bytes of data:Reply from 64.79.210.960: bytes=32 time=101ms TTL=50Reply from 64.79.210.960: bytes=32 time=99ms TTL=50Reply from 64.79.210.960: bytes=32 time=101ms Have you tried an upload from a command line using the ftp command? Is there any way to obtain or use this package with XP's home edition? Networking issue - Dell ProBook...

colinsp replied Mar 18, 2017 at 2:22 AM FUNCTION KEY MALFUNCTION bearspencer replied Mar 18, 2017 at 2:07 AM Loading... Zealous Guru Posts: 1295Loc: Sydney 3+ Months Ago does this happen for more then 1 computer, test other computers to check if your issue or server side issue. Wired or wireless? Therefore, the campus WSUS service will not push SP3 out across the campus network right away.

A list of those fixes can be found at support.microsoft.com/kb/946480. You can use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Internet Information Services snap-in to configure the FTP service (go to Start, Programs, Administrative Tools, then click Internet Information Services). You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 13 Anonymous User (not verified) on Jun 15, 2005 Thanks for the info!

Too many for you to look over on the internet. http://upxpress.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-startup-error-wininet-dll-problem-help-urgent.php Is it only one ftp server? As you changing settings, I can't begin to list what could be wrong. I could get the directory listing on some web servers but not others.

demonmaestro Gold Member Posts: 763Loc: Conroe, Texas 3+ Months Ago just to test off that computer go to your comand prompt and type in Code: [ Select ] ping ftp.yourdomain.com and C:\Documents and Settings\user>c:\windows\system32\ftp.exe -s:c:\ftp.txt ftp> open ftp.my-website-name.com Connected to ftp.my-website-name.com. 220 ProFTPD 1.3.1 Server ready. XWin32 is being replaced by XMing for improved X-Windows application support. have a peek here Before anyone says 'Router problem', 'Router port blocking', i have tested the router and connection with a laptop.

It requires a server to serve the information, and client computers must connect to the server at the correct port, provide the correct credentials and be using software that can understand The laptop can upload files successfully. The most likely cause of this porblme is that a firewall client running on your machine is blocknig the necessary FTP ports." What should I do in this case?  FYI, I

Thus, "Free Public WiFi" has spread around the world in a virus-like manner and persisted for years because of curious people connecting to that network and unknowingly becoming a server for

If you are on a computer that can't connect to the internet then paste the contents in a text document and save it to a portable media like a flash drive, Advertisement Related ArticlesHow can I install the FTP service under Windows XP? 13 How do I install the FTP server service? No thank you, never again Reply With Quote 0 11-20-2012,09:48 PM #9 Gold1234 View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Visit Homepage WHT Addict Join Date May 2004 Sometimes the random 1 or 2 files out of 10-20 upload successfully but the rest just stall.Before anyone says 'Router problem', 'Router port blocking', i have tested the router and connection

It is an annoyance at the moment as i have to transfer files from the pc (using wireless connection) to the laptop (also using wireless connection) and then do ftp upload.The Upon further investigation, though, it does not appear to be malicious. Good ol' command line ▌Sitemeer.com - Is your site up? ▌Multi-Location Service Availability Check ● yes, we do HTTPS & IDN! ⇒ Godaddy? http://upxpress.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-error-message-urgent.php T_Chan Newbie1 Reg: 12-Mar-2013 Posts: 4 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Win XP not able to make successfule connection over FTP Posted: 13-Mar-2013 | 8:02AM • Permalink Hi SendOfJive, Thanks

Sure you can use MSN messenger to send things… One file at a time. I have contacted my ISP they could not fix my problem. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.