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|#3749||outdated||server name inserted in all text edit fields of site manager dialog|
this applies to versions 3.1.1 and 3.1.2. when using site snoopy.wiwi.uni-bonn.de, whenever i save the site in site manager and then try re-connecting, the (host), port, user, comments, default local directory, default remote directory, adjust server time offset and encoding are set to 'snoopy.wiwi.uni-bonn.de'. reinstalling, deleting all (or just this) setting(s) doesn't change this.
|#123||server lets you use .. outside root|
You can use '..' to see below the root of a directory.
ftp> ls .. 200 Port command successful 150 Opening data channel for directory list. site1 site2 226 Transfer OK
For example, directories are set up like so:
c:\ftp c:\ftp\site1 c:\ftp\site2
I have a user "anonymous" set up as follows:
c:\ftp\site1 Files: read Directories: list, subdirs Show relative paths
|#7929||fixed||server ignores detected ip for passive mode|
I have the following setting:
<Item name="Custom PASV IP type" type="numeric">2</Item> <Item name="Custom PASV IP server" type="string">http://sebcsaba.clusterone.hu/what_is_my_ip.php</Item>
And I'm behind a nat router. When connecting to the server from the internet, I got my local IP:
ftp> passive Passive mode on. ftp> ls 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,18,86,206)
The same from the server interface:
> PASV > 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,18,86,206)
And of course, it can't connect.
When setting IP type to 1 and hardcode my current IP, it works. (So my router doesn't change the content of the communication.) I tried more websites, but in all case the result was the same.
As I see, the server simply ignores the IP got from the website.
(Server version: 0.9.40 beta)