FTP with Proxy Help
bobs at twft.com
Mon Aug 1 12:08:59 EDT 2011
there is a space in the filename. your syntax does not seem correct either. it's usually ftp://site.address.com:username@password/path/to/file. It looks like you are sending password at site for credentials.
As far as where to put the port, try ftp://site.address.com:portnumber:username@password/path/to/file. I have never done this before, and I don't think it's necessary. The proxy server should be handling all redirects. Otherwise anyone using a proxy server would have to know the redirect port numbers before going anywhere. Not sure of your particular setup though.
On Aug 1, 2011, at 4:29 AM, JACK RARICK wrote:
> I told you all I would be back!
> My code works great out in the wide open 'net. But sitting behind a proxy server, it goes to heck in a hand basket quick. And at schools, it is not uncommon to have proxy servers.
> My system administrator gave me the proxy setting 220.127.116.111
> Here is my line of code:
> Put "ftp://email@example.com:myPassword@ftp.cva.on-rev.com/public_html/holtfootball/hartland/media/Clip 001.mov" into tDestination
> I've looked and looked at the dictionary - but I am very confused about where to put the port setting. HELP!
> (By the way, all I have done is FTP an iMovieHD project to my on-rev server. My app allows players/coaches to watch the game film from their home - one clip at a time.)
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