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MAC can ftp via browser inside firewall, can not use ftp via browser from public side of firewall.  FTP client on MAC works either way.  Windows users have no problems.  Does ftp via MAC browser use a different TCP/IP port than the Windows Browser?
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Mac browser? Which browser? Which OS version? Do you mean via a web browser?
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enable passive ftp in the network settings under proxies, as I suppose the client initiates the connection.

check http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html to see if you have configured the ports correctly.

good luck,
rogier.
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