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BT Voyager 2091 - FTP Problem

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by Matt_117, 5 Oct 2006.

  1. Matt_117

    Matt_117 What's a Dremel?

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    Simply put...

    I currently am trying to set up a brand new website, but since upgrading from jellyfish modem to router (went from Wanadoo to BT and got a free Voyager 2091), no FTP software will connect to my webspace.

    I do not have firewalls/antivirus turned on (or installed, for that matter!) including Windows own. The router itself is upgraded to the latest firmware, and connects to my laptop via ethernet.

    I have been into the router settings and opened a specific port for FTP, and set my FTP apps to use that port in particular, but to no avail. I have also reset the router back to default, which also made no difference.

    CuteFTP Pro provides this:

    I have "Googled" this, but I cannot find an answer.

    I have told my host that there maybe a problem, but he believes there is nothing wrong at that end, which got proven tonight as I got a friend to login at his home.

    Anyone had a similar problem? Is there a less expensive answer than to buy a new router?
     
  2. thestig198

    thestig198 Artificially Intelligent

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    Turn on your Windows Firewall then set your IP to the DMZ host in the routers setup for a little while to see if it works.

    Don't forget to remove your IP from the DMZ after though.
     
  3. MrWillyWonka

    MrWillyWonka Chocolate computers galore!

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    Whats your FTP settings, you got the PASV mode settings correct etc?
     
  4. Matt_117

    Matt_117 What's a Dremel?

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    Just had a go, not made any difference.

    These are the standard, default settings, used successfully before using the router:

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