it doesn't look like the FTP is failing becuase of the if() construction,
becuase this works fine...

if(!($ftp = 1)) {
 print "No";
else {
 print "Yes";

Have you tried checking error messages (IIRC, $php_errmsg can be
setup to hold the most recent error message), or try turning up the
error reporting on your test server to E_ALL (look in php.ini)

Scott Hurring
Systems Programmer
EAC Corporation
scott (*)
"Adam Voigt" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
Umm, try this:

$ftp = ftp_connect("") or die("Couldn't connect.");

See if you get "Couldn't connect".
I suspect it's cause your both checking the variable and setting it in
the same clause.

On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 12:34, bill wrote:
Have you tried passive mode?

Vinod wrote:

> Hi friends,
> I am having a DSL Internet connectivity in our office and my PC is
> connected to Internet using a HTTP/FTP Proxy( and the
> browser(Mozilla) in my PC is configured to connect to net through the
> proxy
> When I tried to connect to our ftp site using the following script, I
> have received the message that Unable to connect. But the same script
> is working fine with a direct modem connection.
> The script is
> // connect to ftp server
> if(!($ftp=ftp_connect("")))
> {
> print("Unable to connect<br>");
> exit;
> }
> Please suggest me on how to connect to the ftp site using the proxy
> server.
> Regards,
> Vinod.B

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