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Old 06-11-2013, 06:28 AM   #1
pedenski
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ftp server and web based ftp client


i have an vsftp server and the only way im accessing it is thru filezilla.

ive recently installed net2ftp for ease of use, and download/upload files using browser.

i have successfully installed net2ftp and its working great.

but whenever i access the main page, it asks for my ftp server ip address.

how can i default my ftp server on the login page, i just only have 1 ftp server and users tend to forget the IP.

i just want the net2ftp login page to use the ftp ip address, and just avoid typing in the ftp server address
 
Old 06-11-2013, 08:21 AM   #2
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Post this to the net2ftp support forum - wherever that vendor provides their product support.
 
  


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