Re: LFTP and Microsoft IIS
Alexander V. Lukyanov <lav <at> netis.ru>
2010-04-05 08:16:41 GMT
I don't see debug logs in your message. Use `debug' command in lftp.
On Fri, Apr 02, 2010 at 12:39:13PM -0700, Andrew Athan wrote:
> Sure. I suggest you also get a Linux system and attempt to connect to
> your FTPS server from it using whatever method you desire, then let me
> know the method and settings you used. I'm sure we won't be the last
> (and are probably not the first) client to want to connect via Linux,
> and having such a known good example will be useful to everyone.
> Whichever method you choose will be fine with us, even if it involves a
> reasonable purchase of commercial FTP software.
> What follows is the test script, and then the output, separated by
> -------. You'll notice it makes two attempts, with slightly different
> lftp settings. In once case LFTP doesn't seem to make an SSL connection
> attempt, in the second it is apparently asking for a "PROT C" instead of
> "PROT P" I have not been able to find settings that are compatible with
> the security policies on your servers!
> I have also tried using curl, for example:
> curl --insecure -2 --ftp-ssl --ftp-pasv -u etcq:mB8&g$ss
> -T/var/eod/etcq/ETCQ_20100401_TRADE.txt ftp://220.127.116.11:21/IN/TRADE
> I am seeking for you to provide me with a known good example of a Linux
> or Unix system connecting to the FTPS site you provided. I appreciate
> your help.