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#3749 outdated server name inserted in all text edit fields of site manager dialog Paul Schweinzer

this applies to versions 3.1.1 and 3.1.2. when using site, 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 ''. reinstalling, deleting all (or just this) setting(s) doesn't change this.

#123 server lets you use .. outside root kimihia

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

0.6.0 beta.

#7929 fixed server ignores detected ip for passive mode sebcsaba

I have the following setting:

<Item name="Custom PASV IP type" type="numeric">2</Item>
<Item name="Custom PASV IP server" type="string"></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:

> 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)

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