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Re: [gftp] gftp won't connect with cox.net
I had a similar problem the other day, I have recently setup a dedicated
server for my sites and I had problems with similar error messages as you
have stated, so I emailed support and they fixed it and just told me it was a
'FIREWALL' issue. They did nt say anything more.
Link to info on active and passive modes.
Hope this helps...
Baruch Haba B'shem Adona
On Monday 17 October 2005 03:49, bbales wrote:
> I have been using gftp with linux RedHat 9 for several years and have
> several web pages on members.cox.net, which I maintain with gftp.
> Suddenly a couple of weeks ago, I was unable to connect in order to update
> my sites. I get the following messages and the right window stays empty:
> Looking up members.cox.net
> Trying members.cox.net:21
> Connected to members.cox.net:21
> 220 ProFTPD 1.2.8 Server (Personal Web Pages) [184.108.40.206]
> USER bartonm
> 331 Password required for bartonm.
> PASS xxxx
> 230 User bartonm logged in.
> TYPE I
> 200 Type set to I
> 257 "/" is current directory.
> 227 Entering Passive Mode (68,1,17,8,28,124).
> Cannot create a data connection: No route to host
> Disconnecting from site members.cox.net
> Using gftp-2.0.14. I tried gftp-2.0.18 on a kubuntu machine, went around
> my firewall, tried all the different users and passwords. I can ping
> My browsers all can access the internet and my web pages. I contacted cox
> and they showed me a mickey-mouse way to upload pages and it worked,
> although I wouldn't want to depend on doing it that way.
> Seems obvious that there is nothing wrong with gftp, but I'm stumped.
> What is passive mode?
> Any help would be appreciated,