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  • poldem
  • (1 posts)

I can not connect to the FTP service using the Windows FTP program, which I run from the command prompt.
After entering:  

FTP ftp://www.drivehq.com

I get the response connected, but can not enter the user name and password. After some time, the connection is closed by the host.


2/16/2008 3:23:51 AM

  • DriveHQ Webmaster
  • (1098 posts)
Subject: Re: Command prompt (windows) FTP

This is one of the most frequently asked questions; the asnwer is available in FAQ:

http://www.drivehq.com/ftp/ click on FAQ and Expand All

Please note FTP has 2 modes, Active and Passive. Unfortunately MS command-line FTP client is crippled as it only supports Active, which is almost always blocked by Firewalls. You can use MS command-line FTP client only if you have no firewalls and if your PC has a public Internet IP address.

You can use DriveHQ FileManager 4.0 client, which has a lot of great features and generally much faster than regular FTP client.

You can also use Windows Explorer to access DriveHQ FTP service, just enter the path:

ftp://USERNAME:PASSWORD@ftp.drivehq.com/

 


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2/16/2008 7:34:12 PM

  • DriveHQSupport_
  • (480 posts)
Subject: Re:Command prompt (windows) FTP, FTPS, FTPES and SFTP

DriveHQ has released a command-line FTP client: DriveHQ Command FTP. For more detailed info, please visit:

https://www.drivehq.com/DriveHQ-KB/ftp/Command-line_FTP_Scripting.aspx

 

DriveHQ Command FTP is designed to replace the default Windows FTP client. It has the following advantages:

  • 1. It supports both active and passive mode FTP.
  • 2. It supports FTP over SSL (FTPS & FTPES) and SFTP.
  • 3. It supports automatic resuming/retrying.
  • 4. It supports data compression and encryption.
  • 5. It supports downloading/uploading folders.
  • 6. It supports mirroring/synchronizing folders.
  • 7. It supports event logging for auditing and trouble shooting.
  • 8. It can send email reports after an operation.
  • 9. It supports more powerful FTP scripts.

If FTP is blocked by your firewall, you can try SFTP.

 


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