Exactly.  This is why I referred her to our FAQ.

Rob Berendt
--
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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Angela:
There are usually 2 ports involved for the FTP server.  As suggested here
already, you need to have the FTP server "listening" on a specific port.
In
FTP, one port is used for the control session and the other for the data
transfer.  I think by default ports 21/20 are used for standards FTP.

Also, you mention this is a .bat file.  That confuses me.  In order for FTP
from a PC in a batch type mode, I have always keyed my FTP script into a
file, and then written a small .bat file that uses the Windows FTP
client.... you initiate it by issuing the following DOS command

ftp -s:filename (the filename contains your FTP script)

cjg


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-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Angela Wawrzaszek
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2002 2:48 PM
To: Midrange Mail List (E-mail)
Subject: FTP to a port number on a computer


     My ultimate goal is to be able from an outside source FTP to a server
at our business.  We have several companies and we would like them to all
send there files to a specific folder.  This process should be able to be
automated.    I created a bat program that would FTP to an IP ( the IP
specified is internal, once I get that working I will try to use do this
with the external IP from home.)    The default port for TCP/IP is 21,  I
would like to go to port 20.

Here is my bat pgm.

open 192.168.0.245 [20]
user
password
put \\root\home\file.txt newfile.txt
quit


It gives me an error of invalid port number.

If I remove the port number I can run this from DOS,  put it puts my file
to
the default port.  My .bat program will not run,  it tells me invalid
login.

I can do the FTP from an HTML address line.

Anyone know what I am doing wrong or another way to send a txt file to
another sever ( with the idea that to some it will not be an internal
server)

Thanks!!!

Angela Wawrzaszek
Nucor Steel Auburn INC.
Programmer/Analyst
(315) 258 4205
wawrzaszek@nucorauburn.com

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