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Old 02-10-2003, 02:33 AM   #1
tumnus
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vmware active ftp problems (nat)


hrmm
so i am running vmware workstation 3.1 with redhat 8 host, win2k pro on the vm, trying to get active ftp to work
i have nat setup for internet usage on win2k from the linux host, which works fine, but i cannot get active ftp to work at all

i checked the docs and the site, and all i could find was to go to /etc/vmware/vmnet8/nat/nat.conf and make sure "activeFTP = 1" was set, which it is
not commented out
should be perfectly fine
not working though :\

any suggestions?
 
  


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