ftp://ftp.isc.org

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Frosty, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. Frosty

    Frosty Guest

    Why it won't work? (Cannot find server)
    Is it just me? Is it just now?
    Or what?
     
    Frosty, Nov 22, 2006
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  2. Frosty

    Mike Easter Guest

    Initiating server query ...
    Looking up IP address for domain: ftp.isc.org
    The IP address for the domain is: 204.152.184.110
    Connecting to the server on remote port: 21
    [Connected] The server greeted our connection with this message:
    220 Welcome to ftp.isc.org.
    Query complete.

    230-Additionally, ISC houses the Usenet newsgroup list and control
    message
    230-archive (from 1991), that can be found under the usenet/ directory.
     
    Mike Easter, Nov 22, 2006
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  3. Frosty

    why? Guest

    Why do you think it's not working? There is your PC / FTP client /
    firewall (hopefully) the your ISP etc, before there.
    Just you.

    Yes.
    Dunno.

    Working fine,

    *** CuteFTP 8.0 - build Aug 17 2006 ***

    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:11] Getting listing ""...
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:11] Resolving host name ftp.isc.org...
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:13] Host name ftp.isc.org resolved: ip =
    204.152.184.110.
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:13] Connecting to FTP server...
    ftp.isc.org:21 (ip = 204.152.184.110)...
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:15] Socket connected. Waiting for welcome
    message...
    [22/11/2006 18:19:15] 220 Welcome to ftp.isc.org.
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:15] Connected. Authenticating...
    COMMAND:> [22/11/2006 18:19:15] USER anonymous
    [22/11/2006 18:19:15] 331 Please specify the password.
    COMMAND:> [22/11/2006 18:19:15] PASS *****
    [22/11/2006 18:19:16] 230-
    230-You have reached ISC's FTP SERVER (ftp.isc.org)
    230-
    230-<insert some funky ASCII art here>
    230-
    <snip messages>
    230 Login successful.
    STATUS:> [22/11/2006 18:19:16] Login successful.


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    why?, Nov 22, 2006
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