Am I correct in assuming the following:
In Active mode, the Data Port Range is set by the FTP client (if required)
In Passive Mode, the Data Port Range is set by the FTP server (if required)
On 23/01/2018 20:53, Graham Powell wrote:
First a reply to Nicholas Machand as a reply to your e-mail bounces:
The "KeepAliveSecs" makes no difference.
I have turned off the Windows Firewall - No difference.
I have disconnected the Internet router, just left with a simple
switch connecting the computers - No difference.
On 23/01/2018 16:00, Jörg Fischer wrote:
Am 23.01.2018 um 15:54 schrieb Graham Powell:
I don't think that's the problem as the ICS FTP demo setup I am
currently using for test only has one connection.
Somehow my network or Windows has a data limit for each session.
Send details please.. ;-)
Note that this rings a bell here: Some peer-to-peer blockers work like
You may want to check the filters of your internet router, or antivirus
software on your PC.
On 23/01/2018 14:23, Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd wrote:
Any clues as to whether or not there is something wrong with the
ICS components or is it my setup?
Sorry no, I download hundreds of files a day from my servers using
secure FTP, totalling hundreds of megs, and problems are very rare.
I suggest you try and use FTP with a single component, instead of two.
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