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Old 29th June 2013, 21:23
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Default Cant upload files to ftp. Help.

Hello.
I have now tryed for 4 days to get my ftp transfer to work.

The server has Debian 7 with ispconfig. I have created account both for ftp and ssh.

When i login with filezilla i can access everything.
Then i try to upload a image catalog, with around 330 images. When it have transfer around 300 images, i get the question.
"The file already excist. Do you want to overwrite".

The file have never been there, beacuse i uploaded a hole catalog.
And some of the files that have been upload is not the full size, and som of them i even 0kb.

I have opend the firewall also for port 40100-40200, and set this port for passive at pure-ftpd.
Maybe it is my local router firewall thats doing this, but im not sure.

What can i do to get this work? I have deactivated the Win7 firewall.
My router is a D-Link DWR-923.

Please help!
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