Samuel Bronson <naesten(a)gmail.com> writes:
On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 2:36 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull
> Samuel Bronson writes:
> > It seems to understand the PASV command well enough, but the data
> > connection itself doesn't seem to go through, so I suspect that the
> > ftp server and firewall configurations have gotten out of sync, so
> > that PASV returns connection parameters containing ports that get
> > filtered.
> This is a known problem. The host doesn't seem to be terribly
> interested in fixing it. I recommend just using a mirror if you can't
> use active FTP.
Fair enough, I suppose, but shouldn't they at least configure the ftpd
to not even attempt PASV, so that instead of returning an unusable
endpoint, it would just give an error message?
I'm missing something here: You can configure EFS to use or not use
M-x customize RET customize-variable RET efs-use-passive-mode RET
Is this not working?
Cheers =8-} Mike
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