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Old 10-31-2006, 01:27 PM   #1
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FTP TLS / SSL Issue -- It works, but doesn't work.


being new to this forum, I wasn't quite sure where the best place to post this question was... but I'm not going to double post... here is the link to the actual / original post. It is a question about ProFTPD, TLS-SSL login & data transfer, specifically a problem with the PROT C command issued by clients.

I used to haunt the polk audio forums, and I know from experience that I only would look through one or two sections of forum... so hopefully I'll get some hits


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