That's right.  I remeber something about Linux ft servers 
needing a rewriting module of something to be behind a firewall 
and have people connect.  Thanks to all.  I'll go find the 
answer elsewhere.

On Tuesday 23 April 2002 6:20 pm, Anthony Baxter wrote:
> > Do not be so quick to conclude that. FTP *has* firewall
> > problems. since I know nothing of the firewall, I can not
> > help in too much detail.
>
> ftp connections, by default, go from the ftp server->client
> for the data connections. the data is carried by a seperate
> channel, on a randomly numbered port. I'd say it's almost
> _certainly_ a firewall issue.

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