In Windows, '10060' is WSAETIMEDOUT.  This is the Windows Sockets error
message for "Timed Out".

So, it timed out before the connection was made.

Yes, you need an FTP server running on your PC when you try to connect
to it -- but if you had no FTP server, you should have got a 10061
which is WSAECONNREFUSED...  not a WSAETIMEDOUT.   So, I think there's
probably a firewall in place somewhere that's preventing you from getting
there.


On Thu, 17 Jan 2002, Angela Wawrzaszek wrote:
>
>     I have resolved my conflict with FTP to a specific port,  now i have
> moved to an external PC  ( my home PC) and am trying to FTP to this server.
> I am using the external IP address.  When I issue the FTP command from a DOS
> prompt it sits for quite a while then comes back with   'connect :10060'  Am
> I connected??  I was never asked for a user/password.  If I try to run it
> from a .bat file it just open the dos window and says cannot run from a dos
> prompt.
>
> Do I have to have some sort of FTP soft ware on my PC. ( I am connected to
> the internet when I do this.)
>
> Thanks for everybodies help with this.
>
> Angela Wawrzaszek
> Nucor Steel Auburn INC.
> Programmer/Analyst
> (315) 258 4205
> wawrzaszek@nucorauburn.com
>



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