Opened 18 years ago
Last modified 16 years ago
#785 closed Bug report
no "@" in host adress ???
|Reported by:||jaydax||Owned by:||Alexander Schuch|
|Keywords:||Cc:||jaydax, Alexander Schuch, ultrasick, rnmalboeuf|
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i enjoied FileZilla untill today.
i registerd webspace by a new provider. my ftp host is
"blablabla@…". FileZilla is not able
to connect to this host. unknown syntax is the error.
he will axcept the @ only in use with "user:pass@". but
that is not the way i need. maybe you can correct this
in a newer version.
thanks a lot for your good work !!!
Change History (3)
comment:1 by , 18 years ago
comment:2 by , 18 years ago
this is normal when you create sub ftp accounts for ppl in
this is from its walk thru
FTP Account Maintenance
When logging into the ftp server please use the username
exactly as it appears below. If the username includes a "@",
make sure to include it when logging in. Example:
Use "john@…" and not "john".
no mabey this is a ProFTP feature, and the web server you
are using does not support it
comment:3 by , 16 years ago
As already mentioned below: An @-character is not allowed as part of a hostname. It is used if a given link should contain a user name or a user name/password combination, but even then it is not part of the host.
Closing this bug report as it is not a bug.
how can a @ be possibly in your host adress? the host adress
is a domain like google.com or with a subdomain
news.google.com or an ip adress like 83.256.001.090 but I as
far as I know an @ is not possible.
stuff like ftp://username:firstname.lastname@example.org is used for
web browsers to submit all necessary data but this is a link
and not a host name.