FTP Connection

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FTP
FTP permission
FTP Server
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
I have a FTP Site, when clients log in they get an "an error occurred opening that floder on the FTP Server. Make sure you have permission to access that folder ---- Details: The connection with the server was reset I am using Server 2003 w/ IIS, when I log in internally everything is fine but if i go out into the cloud and come back in (using the same creditials) i get the same error. ANY ADVISE

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Be sure you have ports 20 & 21 open on the firewall for FTP.

Check the FTP logs for this site. See if it gives more details about the rights issue. Since FTP is cleartext, try using Wireshark or some other packet capture tool and watch the traffic session. See if it will give any better information. Take a look at the permitted IP addresses for the site (under the directory security tab).

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  • HorizonTech
    My firewall is set, however I cannot say for the clients. Several weeks (early Sep) ago all was fine, then several events happened, one being I changed ISPs, my original FTP server crashed, had to create another on a different domain. Now I am experiencing the same problems that started with the original server. I was getting error 10054, now just that they do not have permission.
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