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Old 08-15-2006, 01:15 AM   #1
ketut_hendratha
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problem with filezilla


hello guys let me introduce myself i'm ketut from indonesia, i'm just join this forum today, guys i have a problem with my freeBSD. i have been install freeBSD on my computer using VMWAre, because i run it over winXP, later on i want to transfer my file on XP to FreeBSD, so i adduser on my freeBSD, and then i activated ftp by edit inetd.conf, and also telnet. From winXP telnet to my FreeBSD success it's mean the connection is ok. but when i try to transfer using filezilla i receive a message that the connection to freeBSD cannot be establish...i already set my anonftp, and network, but it's seems not work well, is there any problem with my freeBSD ???...help me guys...i don't know what i have to do next to fix this problem. thank's a lot for your help....
 
Old 08-15-2006, 01:39 AM   #2
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I have not used FreeBSD, so keep an open mind on what I suggest. You may have problems with tcpwrappers. Are there files named hosts.allow and hosts.deny? If so, hosts.deny may contain ALL: ALL. You will need to place the names of services in hosts.allow to poke a hole through tcpwrappers. You can add a line that saids ftp: ALL in hosts.allow. If this still does not work, check the log directory for ftp. You may have to set a directory to 777 (aka read/write/execute to everybody) and change the config file for anonFTP. I suggest to not use inetd to load up FTP when trying to get FTP working. You can use inetd after you have setup FTP, but try to use xinetd. xinetd is a lot better, safer, and easier to work with. You should not use telnet. Use openssh instead.

You could install Samba and then you do not have to use FTP. Samba is easier to setup than FTP. Also it is easier to use with Windows.
 
Old 08-15-2006, 02:49 AM   #3
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thank's electro for your suggestion, i already download samba and try to use it, but my company ask me use ftp to transfer file from window to freeBSD, i can't do nothing than follow the instruction....but i'll try your suggest, thank's electro...
 
  


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