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want to open ftp port

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   My office ftp server is on window machine and is accessible with some range of publice IP(x.x.x.x/21).But one of these publice IP is connected with Linux  machine which has nating and proxy server running.Now the computers on this lan could not open this ftp site but no problems with internet.
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and what is the question now?
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by:Jeetenbhattarai
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 I mean how to access this perticular ftp sites from network computer ?
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> .. connected with Linux  machine which has nating and proxy server ..
ask the admin of that machine to tell you which and how to use that proxy, or ask if ftp is blocked in the firewall
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