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    Hey, I found out what the problem was with one of the FTPs I was trying to access. So my post earlier in this thread can be ignored.

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    Okay if you goto www.whatismyip.com do you get the same ip as what you think your ip is?

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    Originally posted by Lord Riff Raff
    Okay if you goto www.whatismyip.com do you get the same ip as what you think your ip is?
    yes, yes I do.

    My router tells a lie not.
    any suggestions I havnt covered in my previous post?

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    See what happens when someone tries to ping you. If they can successfully ping you it's the BFTP's fault and change the port settings there. Otherwise it could either be the router or the virtual server.

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    I've gotten my FTP to work around my router before by triggering ports 1024-***** with my FTP port. I can't seem to remember what the second number is, and I think it's killing the PASV connection to my server.

    Any help?

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    how do i put files into my FTP server

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    You want other people to be able to, or you yourself.

    To let other people make an acccount with upload capabilities.
    Otherwise just stick the stuff yourself in the root ftp directory (check the options of your ftpD).

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    is anyone willing to test my ftp to see if it works ?

    info:
    213.118.140.239
    username: Jake
    Passw: 15925835
    port 2000

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    yea ur ftp works. someone try out mine:

    port:21
    login:ZeroshadowX
    passw:9999
    IP:24.125.55.11
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    srry can't seem to get connected:
    Resolving host name 24.125.55.11...
    Connecting to (24.125.55.11) -> IP: 24.125.55.11 PORT: 21
    Een verbindingspoging is mislukt omdat de verbonden party niet correct heeft geantwoord na een bepaalde tijd, of de gemaakte verbinding is mislukt omdat de verbonden host niet heeft geantwoord.
    Cannot login waiting to retry (30s)...
    Continue to login attempt 2...
    Connecting to (24.125.55.11) -> IP: 24.125.55.11 PORT: 21

    translation of the dutch line:
    the connectionattempt failed because the corresponded party didn't awnser correctly after a sertain amount of time or the connection failes because te corresponded party didn't awnser

    well thats it in the big lines
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    yea i deleted my ftp cause daemon wastakin too much space up on my comp.

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    how do i setup paswords and accounts for different folders? i've seen it done before....what i want is open downloads for my snes and n64 roms but i want my psx isos to be password protected so i don't have to remove them all the time when trading....how do i do this? i'm using guildftp by the way.
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    hey Yum
    I made an ftp but I know exactly what you mean unfortunetly I cant explain its way to comp for my words
    But I have a problem of my own I try to upload some roms and isos but then it says Clarifying time to upload and it stays like that doesn't change a bit and I wait for a bit but not all roms and isos do that just sum

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    Originally posted by Magus
    Help me out here Riff Raff. I am setting up a server on this machine. I have configured everything with Guild FTP. I am working through a router here, and that is the source of my troubles. I can connect to the server with an FTP client but the people I have asked to attempt to connect to it are unable to. I am using a D-Link router, I have Virtual Server FTP turned on (which works the same way as port forwarding), and I even tried leaving this system in the DMZ of the router. Suggestions?
    Ok, I have the exact same problem.

    Originally posted by Lord Riff Raff
    Which format is your IP in *.*.*.* or *.*.*.*:**** ? And which format are the test clients using to connect? If you PM me the username/password I'll have a go at trying to connect. Also when you tested with your own ftp client where you using 127.0.0.1 or another computer?

    Ok, My IP is in *.*.*.* format.

    GuildFTP lists your own IP, and it says that mine is 192.167.0.2

    whatsmyipadress (something like that) says its 141.*.*.*

    If I try and connect to the 192 in my network, it works fine.

    If I try and connect to the 141 in my network, it looks okay, but I see no files or folders.

    From reports: If anyone else tries to connect to the 192, it doesn't work.

    If anyone else tries to connect to the 141, they get the same problem.

    Can I have a little help on this?

    =EDIT= I tested on two different computers, but both were on the same network.

    =DOUBLE EDIT= I think the problem is that my computer has one IP, but GuildFTP thinks that the IP is another, so it hosts on that IP, but only I can access it.
    Last edited by PS2_Master0; 9th-January-2004 at 08:49.

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    Oh yeah, magus fixed his problem.

    192.* is an internal network ip. It'll only work for other computers on the network.

    The one you want is the whatismyip.com address. Go and configure GuildFTPd to use it. You'll have to ask Magus for the specifics on what he had to do.

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