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Old 2nd September 2005, 21:43
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I guess it's an issue with your router's firewall. Maybe it can't cope with FTP (FTP is a firewall nightmare... ). You might try to turn your router's firewall off for a minute and test if you can connect. Then you'll know if your router's firewall causes the problem or not...
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