Re: win2k WS FTP doesn't play well with debian
no firewall, either.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Benedict Verheyen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2002 7:18 PM
Subject: Re: win2k WS FTP doesn't play well with debian
> On Sat, 2002-12-21 at 03:53, Sasha Karlik wrote:
> > This is a repeat request for help.
> > Windows2000 machine :: networked to :: Debian
> > All files are browsable in WS FTP. When beginning a file transfer, the
> > name appears in the destination directory on the debian machine, then
> > transfer locks up immediately. after about a minute, an error message:
> > !Send error: connection reset or
> > !Receive error: Blocking call canceled
> > Someone suggested to check my file permissions. Sorry, but as far as I
> > tell, that was bogus advice. Anyone possibly know what is going on
> > Is this a win/ws ftp problem? I don't see any indication of what could
> > possibly be wrong.
> > Sasha
> We need more info. Is there a firewall running on the debian
> machine? When you initiate a download via ftp it opens another
> port which can then be blocked by a firewall on the debian machine
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