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I'm never used the Advanced Server but you can try to type: setup at a console to bring up a configuration window to setup different services, etc. Should be able to select from there to allow FTP and SSH and reconfigure your default firewall settings if that was setup during installation.
Originally posted by ashley75 thanks for your prompt advises.
I did type setup and go to services, I noticed that ftp services is not there so how can I reinstall the ftp package on this server???/
You can either most likley install the FTP packages provided by Redhat from your CD's you installed with or you can download whatever FTP service you intend to use. If your looking for the most popular with best track record, I'd recommend proftpd at www.proftpd.org or if you want it secure, go with something like sftp.