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Old 3rd June 2006, 00:32
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hi

i have set ftp access for the domain i have hosted so far but when i type ftp.domain.com or ip etc it doesnt wont to know and say connection reset of something, but when accessing the web-ftp it show /web and thats it nothing else wheres the cgi-bin, root dir etc

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Old 3rd June 2006, 14:11
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hi

i have set ftp access for the domain i have hosted so far but when i type ftp.domain.com or ip etc it doesnt wont to know and say connection reset of something
Does ftp.domain.com exist in DNS?

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but when accessing the web-ftp it show /web and thats it nothing else wheres the cgi-bin, root dir etc
Is your FTP user the site admin? Normal users cannot access the document root, cgi-bin, etc.
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