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ftp error 200 type set to ascii South Newbury, New Hampshire

Thank You ! Simply re-entering the password without the extra line break fixed the problem. I have checked passive mode. NLST - Name List SITE - Site Parameters SYST - System parameters e.g.

You may want to remove other data you consider sensitive though, such as host names, IP addresses, account names or file names (unless they are relevant to the problem). I actually got a screenshot. 200 is now ASCII is what it said. I was able to connect to the FTP site with FileZilla in passive mode. you can only transmit plain text files in ascii mode.

it`s faded (if you know what I mean) Select the stored session, click Edit. For instance, when you enter ftp at the DOS prompt you can enter ? Reply terridonahue 855 Posts MVP Re: FTP Passive Mode Configuration in IIS7 Jun 14, 2012 02:37 PM|terridonahue|LINK I have never had to specify that value before. Even when creating a new connection I don't get the option of selecting a PASV.

It's taken me about 2 hours to upload some relatively small galleries - it will do between 5 and 20 files and I then get the above error message. If you bind either 1:: or, you will only be able to access FTP locally when logged on to the server itself. Although, is the windows FTP client the same as the command prompt FTP program? (do they use the same settings etc?) Reply With Quote Dec 20th, 2008,12:16 AM #14 Lord Orwell Note that passwords and passphrases not stored in the log.

FTP without SSL encryption works fine... Could not retrieve directory listing PORT command successful Error listing directory '/'. RFC 765 is superceded by RFC 959 and describes FTP in detail, including FTP Reply codes, details of the commands and the function of FTP. Password: 230 User logged in.

The value n represents the number of data bytes being sent, the maximum number is 127. 2. it`s faded (if you know what I mean) striped67 Guest Posted: 2008-01-15 18:07 [Reply with quote] Tias wrote: I have the same problem but i can`t check passive mode. What is your FTP server and operating system? try using WP again.

Hope This Helps ;-) MJH's Tips & Tricks http://www.foxhillers.com/webplus DON's Tips & Tricks http://www.dond.ulmb.com ALFRED's Tips & Tricks http://serif.punster.info Spec: Intel Core 2 Quad QX9650 3.00GHz - Windows XP Pro SP3 Creating A Wizard In VB.NET Paging A Recordset What is wrong with using On Error Resume Next Good Article: Language Enhancements In Visual Basic 2010 Upgrading VB6 Code To VB.NET Microsoft martin [View user's profile] Site Admin Joined: 2002-12-10 Posts: 24665 Location: Prague, Czechia Posted: 2012-03-15 Re: Passive Mode Works [Reply with quote] newGuest01 wrote: None of the stuff on here worked sending a malformed file which the server then interprets to be a image (binary) file, and therefore the server changes the type.

I'd have done more reading up on it myself if I felt that (a) I would fully understand what I was reading - a little knowledge is a dangerous thing! - Clients are on the same subnet as the TMG ( and the outside adress is 81.183.210.XXX. I have checked passive mode. The User uses unpriviledged ports for both the control and data connections whilst the Server uses ports 21 and 20 respectively.

STAT - Status HELP - gets the server to send helpful information regarding its parameters before file transfer perhaps NOOP - No Operation results in an OK from the server. I have checked passive mode. oh well. After a little research, I found out that vsftpd does not support ASCII mode by default due to a potential security issue.

Wright 23rd July 2008, 05:06 PM #4 Vicky C Message imported from old Serif Forum Posts: n/a Re:*FTP Error Type 200 set to I Hi Mick Many thanks for So start a new thread for your problem and attach a session log file and include all details you can. Reply With Quote Dec 17th, 2008,01:25 PM #4 dbasnett View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Powered By Medtronic Join Date Dec 2007 Location Pointless Forest 38.517,-92.023 Posts 8,707 Re: [RESOLVED] If you notice, I didn't say it was a new problem to me, just that it had become worse since the latest patch.

Hope This Helps ;-) MJH's Tips & Tricks http://www.foxhillers.com/webplus DON's Tips & Tricks http://www.dond.ulmb.com ALFRED's Tips & Tricks http://serif.punster.info Spec: Intel Core 2 Quad QX9650 3.00GHz - Windows XP Pro SP3 I use Cyberduck on the Mac for FTP and love it, but when I added a new FTP server to it on one of my computers today, and attempted to log Are you able to connect with any other FTP client?_________________Martin Prikryl DragonRider317 [View user's profile] Joined: 2010-09-30 Posts: 3 Posted: 2010-10-01 15:02 Re: Passive mode didn't work. [Reply with quote] prikryl Error: Connection timed out Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing The output from my log file (FTPSVC2) does not give me much.

John Lord, Evansville Indiana Reply With Quote Dec 22nd, 2008,08:27 AM #15 drag0n_45 View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Fanatic Member Join Date Jan 2007 Location Middletown, CT Posts 951 Password: 230 User logged in. jigujigu [View user's profile] Joined: 2008-01-16 Posts: 2 Posted: 2008-01-17 03:05 [Reply with quote] how i can set passive mode in command line. Bookmark the permalink.

Waiting for welcome message... > 2011-11-09 09:23:42.286 USER *** < 2011-11-09 09:23:42.514 331 Password required for *** > 2011-11-09 09:23:42.514 PASS ************* < 2011-11-09 09:23:42.592 230 User *** logged in > The User-PI issues a PORT command which tells the Server to connect back to the User on the specified User data port n+1. Took me a while to work it out, but now it's working like a dream. Before this I was turning off my firewall and that worked.

Reply terridonahue 855 Posts MVP Re: FTP Passive Mode Configuration in IIS7 Jun 14, 2012 11:21 AM|terridonahue|LINK I have seen this issue if the FTP Firewall Support data channel port range I find FileZilla http://www.download.com/FileZilla/30...-10308966.html good, if it's any help. Command: TYPE I Response: 200 Type set to I. file a bug report with Serif, and have available a WPP and supporting asset files that results in the error during uploading.