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Old 10-05-2014, 09:12 AM   #1
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copying to FTP failed


Hi,
I am trying to copy a CDR file from cisco CDR to my vsftpd on Debian but I am getting this error on the Cisco PBX:

http://kb.globalscape.com/Knowledgeb...icle10303.aspx


can anyone help on how to solve this please?

Note: Cisco PBX doesn't allow to change the file name because it's automatically generated.
 
Old 10-05-2014, 11:58 AM   #2
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Hi,
I am trying to copy a CDR file from cisco CDR to my vsftpd on Debian but I am getting this error on the Cisco PBX:

http://kb.globalscape.com/Knowledgeb...icle10303.aspx

can anyone help on how to solve this please? Note: Cisco PBX doesn't allow to change the file name because it's automatically generated.
You have two choices for CDR records; either FTP or SFTP. SFTP uses SSH, and may allow different options/filenames. Try that first. Barring that, you can always try a different FTP server, instead of vsftpd. And has this ever worked? If so, what changed recently? Version of Debian and vsftpd? And have you called Cisco for help?
 
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I contacted Cisco partner here but they said it's ftp issue and nothing to do with Cisco products.

no I haven't tried another ftp. Would you recommend another FTP?
 
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I contacted Cisco partner here but they said it's ftp issue and nothing to do with Cisco products.
...and the name of the file IS something that the Cisco device generates, and is what you should ask them about, since you are having an issue with file names. Also, it would help if you told us the file name, since it could be something that's solved by simply changing a character-set/encoding setting.
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no I haven't tried another ftp. Would you recommend another FTP?
I did in my first reply, by suggesting you try SFTP. And there are numerous other FTP servers for Linux, such as pureftp, wu-ftpd, and others. Again, though, SFTP would be the first choice, since it's not only encrypted, but uses the same port as SSH, so you'd have one less service to run, and one less hole in your firewall.
 
  


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