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Problem about Window Xp SP2 firewall and the buildin FTP command



 
 
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Old June 22nd 05, 11:02 AM
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Default Problem about Window Xp SP2 firewall and the buildin FTP command

Dear Tom,

Sorry for so late to response to your reply on the
newsgroup.

I checked the firewall log, that the firewall drop
several TCP SYN packets that may cause the FTP hand
problem (seems waiting for server to connect to client
for file transfer).

Could you please give me your email address that i
can send the screen capture, firewall log, etc to you.

BTW, I always test the XP SP2 on both my own FTP
server, production FTP server(both IIS 5.0, window
2000 server, service pack 4, with max. connections =
100, 000) and FTP server on IBM AIX. The problem
occurs when firewall is turned on.

The site: ftp2.de.nero.com is a reference site only
that my FTP site is located within my company's
intranet that can't let you try to connect for
testing. Sorry for confusing you.

I think this situation do not happen on individual
PC due to wrong config. or installation problem, since
i have also tested 3 new PCs, preinstalled with XP SP2
(2 HP, 1 IBM), the same problem occurs.

Thank you for your kind attention.

 




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