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Not able to access FTP Client in a server

Posted on 2015-01-28
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Mates,

We are not able to Connect a FTP Client from a server. But the same connected for sometime and then disconnected.

We have checked the System logs and Application Logs, Not able to find any errors regarding the same.

Steps we follow

1. Login to the Server (VMWARE)
2. Click on Winscp(Putty) application
3. Tried to connect the Client through WINSCP (also Putty).

It is very critical now...

Windows firewall is not working
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Question by:ashokan jayaraman
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The windows FTP client may have issues because of the way that FTP works.
i.e. only working ftp for your purpose would be one that can handle PASSIVE mode.

winscp is a different type of transfer (SFTP is different from FTPS FTP over a secure connection.) SFTP deals with FTP portion as part of an ssh mechanism.

Do you have an option to load an ftp client such filezilla to see whether it too has the same issue.

one option to use wireshark/network monitor tool to capture packets to see whether they shed light on the situation at hand.
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