Sorry, I'm confused, do you want the client to use passive mode or not?
On 6/22/05, Stephen Horgan <horganst at eircom.net> wrote:
> > Is it a passive mode ftp issue? Perhaps a new firewall config?
> > f.
>> Yes, it looks like it's a passive mode issue.
> So, next question: is there a way to force passive mode to be on from the
> server side? Reason is that I use Bookmarks Synchroniser extension for
> Firefox to keep bookmarks in sync across a few machines, and this ftps to
> my server to upload/download my bookmarks file. I don't know how to force
> this to use passive mode.
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