IIS 5 & IIS 6
FTP access problems
Last post Jul 15, 2015 08:16 PM by Getmo
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Quick test, go to command prompt, c:\>ftp localhost or c:\>ftp 192.168.1.100 at the user prompt, enter 'ftp' as the username and password. can you login ? if not what's the error msgs ? if the above work, reconnect again, at username specify 'anonymous', then
anything in the password field. It doesn't need to be email address format.
AHHH, thank you thank you thank you!
I'm studying for exams and you've just added a new trick to my book. :)
Really I was just looking for more detailed FTP logs to help me troubleshoot but this is better.
I never knew there was a cmd ftp command before, and it gives me better error messages. "ftp localhost"
"Win32 error: An attempt was made to logon, but the network logon service was not started."
Sure enough, my Netlogon service was not started even tho it set to Automatic
probably because I deleted and recreated my domain with same name while playing around with it
BUT now I got anonymous FTP connection to home from outside my network and can know that FTP works!!
Now when adding domain auth. and removing anonymous auth. if anything breaks I'll know what I did