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    ok thanks I'll om him

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    I don't know if there is a FAQ on EP about this , but I want to setup a FTP server(the last time I did that was 2 years ago so I kinda forgot how I did it) I still know that I used Serv-U and I was wondering if someone can explain how I must set it up with that program again.

    thnx in advance
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    Try GuildFTPd, it works really well.

    In the help file, it tells you how to set GuildFTPd up.

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    Added something about internal IP addresses to the first page of this topic.

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    it already worked out with serv-u
    now the tradings can begin
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    Im using bulletproof FTP server, my FTP was working up until 5 minutes ago, when i try and make it go online i get the following message:

    20/01/2004 21:42:19 SERVER: Unable to start server, port 21 may already be in use.

    i tried changing the port to like... 22 and 23, and some others but since i know nothing about PC's really, that was just guess work, and it didnt work... anyone help?

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    I am clueless about port opening and all that junk. All i know is, I want an ftp, I have an ftp set up (bulletproof), I "think" I know how to operate bullet, I have multiple accounts set up. I have a d-link rounter. No software included except printer routing software. I have a modemn. If i connect my modemn to my comp, direct, my ftp worx. If i connect through router, it doesn't, but if i try it on my other computer that is connected to the router too, it worx. But no1 outside can reach. I forget my ip, lol. Is there a site that I can find it? Ip monster is expired. And the final question, how do I open ports or w/e i need to do, to make my ftp work, with the router? Thank you
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    Originally posted by PolskiBroli
    I am clueless about port opening and all that junk. All i know is, I want an ftp, I have an ftp set up (bulletproof), I "think" I know how to operate bullet, I have multiple accounts set up. I have a d-link rounter. No software included except printer routing software. I have a modemn. If i connect my modemn to my comp, direct, my ftp worx. If i connect through router, it doesn't, but if i try it on my other computer that is connected to the router too, it worx. But no1 outside can reach. I forget my ip, lol. Is there a site that I can find it? Ip monster is expired. And the final question, how do I open ports or w/e i need to do, to make my ftp work, with the router? Thank you
    Google question ><.

    Answer #1: www.whatismyip.com
    Answer #2: http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.as...n=port+forward

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    I did what they said in the faq, i tried to open port 69 and I did, and then I reset and it still doesnt' work. Do i have to restart my comp?
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    Can someone explain to me what ftp is please?

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    It is a file transfer thing.

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    What's the difference between client and server FTP's? thnx!

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    Clients connect to a server to download stuff. The client then sends commands to the server and the server responds.

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    Originally posted by artist088
    i just don't understand how u set up the ftp. if some1 wouldn't mind, could they make a guide or something 2 making an ftp on it? thanks.
    i just made a guide.

    Please go to the Trading Post forum for it

    Originally posted by Midor
    I don't know if there is a FAQ on EP about this , but I want to setup a FTP server(the last time I did that was 2 years ago so I kinda forgot how I did it) I still know that I used Serv-U and I was wondering if someone can explain how I must set it up with that program again.

    thnx in advance
    once again, there is a guide in the trading post forum on making FTPs.

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    ok, thnx Lord Riff Raff!

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