>> What are the "dataportrangeend" and "dataportrangestart" properties in

>As you may already know, FTP is using TWO ports: one for commands and one 
>for data. And for data, a FTP client act as a server : unless you select 
>passive mode, a FTP client accept data connection from the FTP server. This

>poses a problem with multiple simultaneous FTP transfer. This is where the 
>port range is involved. The FTP client component will use the port range - 
>if specified - for accepting data connection. This is mandatory when you 
>have a security product which restrict input connections.

>Whenever possible, it is better to use FTP passive mode in which the FTP 
>client remains a client for everything, that is has only outgoing 

Great answer. Thanks Francois.


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