Opened 9 years ago

Last modified 9 years ago

#7157 reopened Bug report

Connecting to a B&R PLCs FTP results in an error after successfully requesting the current directory

Reported by: Michael Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc:
Component version: Operating system type: Windows
Operating system version: Windows XP

Description

I tryed to Connect to an FTP which runs on an B&R Programming Logical Controller (PLC).

(1) If i used the Anonymous User to log in, FileZilla successfuly connects to the C: Partition on the CF Installed in the PLC. But in this mode i can't change to the F: Partition.
Short-Log:
Befehl: CWD F: -> Antwort: 550 Guest access denied.

(2) So i tryed to use an Username (User: 1) with the Password (Pass: 1). This results in an Error after successfuly requesting the current directory.
Short-Log:
Antwort: 257 Current directory is "C:"
Fehler: Verzeichnisinhalt konnte nicht empfangen werden

(3) If i use WS_FTP the whole thing works, so i thought the Log-File could give you interessting informations ... so i also added it. Connecting with User:1 and Pass:1

Would be happy if i can work with FileZilla in the Future, because of its other functions.

The Full Logs are in the File attached to this ticket.

Attachments (2)

Log-Files.doc (146.5 KB) - added by Michael 9 years ago.
Full Text including Log Files
Log-Files.pdf (78.4 KB) - added by Michael 9 years ago.
Copy of the Doc-File in PDF Format.

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Change History (4)

Changed 9 years ago by Michael

Attachment: Log-Files.doc added

Full Text including Log Files

comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by Tim Kosse

Resolution: worksforme
Status: newclosed

Please note that I cannot open .doc, it is a non-free file format.

Judging from the rest of your ticket, you appear to be using an MS-DOS based server. Try setting the server type as such in the Site Manager of FileZilla.

Changed 9 years ago by Michael

Attachment: Log-Files.pdf added

Copy of the Doc-File in PDF Format.

comment:2 Changed 9 years ago by Michael

Resolution: worksforme
Status: closedreopened

A doc-File is not a puplic file format... thats right, but there are many ways to view it with free programs and its withly spreaded at all. And the better way i think would be to ask if i can post the info in an other format.

I dont't know how you came to the conclusion that there is an MS-DOS based Server...
But to give you the right information... it is an VxWorks Based Runtime.

Changing the Server Runtime didn't solve the problem.

I added the File now in the PDF-Format.

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