Hi , >> You know that FTP protocol use TWO ports. One for control and one for data. >> Maybe the data port on a server collide with the control port or data port for another one.
Firstly let me apologise for my delayed reply. As I am new to this socket programming I had to read up and try out the suggestions you had given me, further I have probably lost that client where this problem occurs. My application runs fine on three other installations and at my office. Therefore I am forced to drop the problem as of now. After studying your suggestions I have given values thus FtpClient1.Port=5011 FtpClient1.DataPortRangeStart=5015 FtpClient1.DataPortRangeEnd=5015 FtpServerP1.Port=5011 FtpClient2.Port=5014 FtpClient2.DataPortRangeStart=5016 FtpClient2.DataPortRangeEnd=5016 FtpServerP2.Port=5014 Since my other installations are running alright I have not moved onto PassV mode. Thanks for being there Allan ___________________________________________________________ NEW Yahoo! Cars - sell your car and browse thousands of new and used cars online! http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/ -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be