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In the General tab, enter ftp. Ask anyone in lab for the username and password if you don't have it. Create your own directory. Right click anywhere in the panel that shows all of the files on the server and select "Create Directory", and use your first name and last initial if you need it as the name of your folder.

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In the Site Manager window, click the "New Site" button. Now click the "Connect" button and you should be all set.

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General guidelines to using our lab server space. I had no trouble doing so with terrapin on a windows XP machine from my home network, but since my migration to mac I want to do it from my new machine rather than a PC. You're talking about uploading files to a remote FTP server.

All outgoing connections from your Mac to the Internet are allowed by default on MacOS X unless you customized the firewall I have already checked the FTP access box in sharing but I presume that is for use if I am using my laptop as the ftp host? The internet tab of sharing has internet sharing off.

Cyberduck and Fetch will work but only if I turn off the firewall I presume I must have some setting not right on my powerbook's firewall, since terrapin can get through the router and do its business. What's the error you're getting when you try to connect to the FTP server? Macs running 9. Loading page content. I have already checked the FTP access box in sharing but I presume that is for use if I am using my laptop as the ftp host?

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Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. The error is "IO Error: Operation timed out" while the application status is "listing directory", for cyberduck; and "fetch could not get the file list because data connections were blocked by both a firewall at the server and by the mac os x firewall" during "getting file list" in fetch.

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Hangs at the same stage in captain ftp. Logging in seems to work OK. I take it after a certain time without getting the directory, the connection is dropped. Should I try different FTP software? User profile for user: Tim Haigh Tim Haigh. App Store Speciality level out of ten: 0. A NAT router firewalls you. Most netgear routers have a SPI firewall built into them thesedays. User profile for user: Kiwi Graham Kiwi Graham. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: 1. Double check any log output from a session and you should see both: your client software sending a "PASV" command to the server, and an affirmative response from the server.

You may also like to go back to the Terrapin software on the Windows box and see if it has passive mode selected. If for some reason the server requires you to be in "active" mode, you will need to have the router set up to send incoming requests from the FTP server to your Mac, and your Mac firewall set to allow those incoming requests. Time to use a better host for my site I suppose. Thanks to everyone for their time and help. User profile for user: nmiller nmiller.

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I want to be able to access my iMac remotely using FTP. That opens up port 21 through the OS X firewall. My iMac is connected using AirPort, not an ethernet cable. Here's the interesting part: using Cyberduck, or using the command-line ftp client through terminal, I can connect to my "local" IP address I can reach the server and log in, but cannot get an 'ls' to work. It goes into "extended passive mode" and just hangs there. If I turn the OS X firewall off completely, it works like a charm.

I'm not really too worried, because I had someone else outside my local network create an ftp connection to my AirPort's IP address, and they were able to log in and see files using the ftp client built into Finder.

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So the port forwarding is working, and the firewall is not blocking them. But, someone else can connect to my system from "the outside" when my firewall is on. Does this make sense to anyone? Why would this be, and could it be related to the issue raised by the original poster in this thread?