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i have installed and working FTP Server With SCO 5.05.
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i am working on sco unix 5.07, i have 10 individual servers networked locally in which sco os is installed. one of them is not transferring the file to other servers but accepting all files. means Server (A) can accept the file through FTP from any server but not transferring FTP its own... (9 Replies)
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my problem is like this
while ftping locally it works,
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I'm pretty new to this forum,hope a good time here.
issue is that
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I am trying to start an FTP session from my UNIX PC to a PC running XP.
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My goal is to use FTP to transfer file between PC and SCO Unix server.When I try to connect via FTP with root user, it failed.
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First off I did try google for help on this topic, didn't really find anything.
When I try to ftp from my SCO Unix box (SCO_SV servername 3.2 5.0.5 i386) to a proFTPD server within my company I get this error
Connected to 10.?.?.?.
220 ProFTPD Server ftp.hostname.com
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