You're specifying this different port on the iSeries FTP command, right?

On Tue, 23 Mar 2004 12:21:18 -0600, "Buzz Fenner"
<bfenner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Just getting started with FTP and am having trouble connecting to a
> server
> across town.  If I ftp from a command window in Windows, I can connect. 
> By
> the way, the connection does use a different port (221).  Remote host
> accepts username & password after connecting.  I want to take advantage
> of
> running some ftp commands in a CL to do a background file transfer once a
> month.  FTP server jobs are started (in QSYSWRK) so I'm baffled.  Any
> suggestions?
> Buzz Fenner
> Systems Analyst/Network Administrator
> 870.930.3374
> bfenner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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