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Posted on 2006-11-08
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I encountered a strange situations:
1. from DOS command,  I can do the ftp command,  get dir listing, put files.
2. all the suddend, when I do the dir, or get file,  I get No response.

3. In the mean time, If I use a batch file to do the above,  I can get one step forward, ie.
   a. I can get response from 'dir'.
   b. but when I want to get file,  it has no response.

I hate to reboot the system,  This may resolve the problems,  I need someone's help and advise

thanks

mshox1
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Did you write the FTP server in VB6?
If not, it seems this is posted to the wrong area.
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