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Old 03-18-2007, 07:07 PM   #1
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Changing Access Port in Wu-Ftp

Hi everyone,
I have a server that I stopped using when I got a new ISP last year. Lately I put the server back together so I could upload some photos to show a friend. My new ISP doesn't play as nice as my old one did and blocks the common ports, 80, 21, 22. I got around the block on port 80 by simply adding Listen 8000 to my /etc/apache2/apache2.conf and I got around the block on port 22 by changing 'Port 22' to 'Port 2200 in my /etc/ssh/sshsshd_config Unfortunately wu-ftp has not been as kind to me. I currently have tried adding 'Listen 2100' to my /etc/wu-ftpd/ftpaccess file but to no avail. I've tried Googling the matter but I can't seem to come up with anything worthwhile. While I can fudge it with SSH I would really like to be able to access my FTP server from school (where I spent almost 11 hours 3 days a week). Thanks much in advance!



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