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ArkTheYO

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  1. 10 hours ago, ddswh1pk0s said:

    Most residential ISPs block port 21 try using a 4 digit port

    Ok so what port should i type on it, if i am using or wishing to acces my ftp server?

    but on the router page they have the option itself to select FTP on the port forwarding page which automatically puts in 21 value in the local and remote port range.


  2. 3 hours ago, Abdul201588 said:

    There's nothing I can think of. Unless your ISP has blocked certain ports.

    hey i forgot to tell u this but in the port forwarding option , there is also a field for remote host which i left as i didnt know what to fill in thogh i filled in my IPv4 address in the local host and then i clicked apply and it applied or saved without showing any error! I hope this piece of information helps resolving the problem!


  3. 6 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

    There's nothing I can think of. Unless your ISP has blocked certain ports.

    but i did setup port 21 forwarding and additionally they have the option itself to select FTP on the port forwarding page which automatically puts in 21 value in the local and remote port range. :(


  4. 1 hour ago, Abdul201588 said:

    Okay. Open up "windows firewall with advanced security" Then go to inbound rules, on the right hand side which says "New rule" click on it. Now you'll get a new window with options, now select "port" and click next. Now It'll ask for a specific port. Enter 20, 21, then click next again. Once you done that, click on "allow connection" And do the say for "outgoing rule"

    I did that too, still now working !

    any other solution please helppp


  5. 31 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

    Okay. Open up "windows firewall with advanced security" Then go to inbound rules, on the right hand side which says "New rule" click on it. Now you'll get a new window with options, now select "port" and click next. Now It'll ask for a specific port. Enter 20, 21, then click next again. Once you done that, click on "allow connection" And do the say for "outgoing rule"

    I did that too, still now working ! Please help up bro!


  6. 34 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

    I know. I work with Windows server OSes. Which Server are you using? 2008 R2 2012 R2? 

     

     

    Hey,  I actually created it using Windows 10.


  7. 1 hour ago, Abdul201588 said:

    Check your firewall on the server. Make sure inbound and outbound connections are set "accept" 

    Hey i created my server using IIS, so i really dont know how to allow inbound/outbound connections. 

    Though i have allowed all inbound as well as outbound rules in the windows firewall for the FTP Server.

    I am extremally sorry for the late reply, thanks a lot for helping me and please continue to help plssss. :)


  8. 1 minute ago, Abdul201588 said:

    Okay. One thing, the server did you assign a static IP address?

    Well I assigned it the ip address I found after typing in ipconfig, I. E., IPv4 address so yeah a static IP address! 


  9. 18 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

    Are you using your public ISP address and not your local sever address?

    If u r asking for what I am using while port checking then yes I am using my public ip address 


  10. 7 hours ago, YedZed said:

    Well then, if your wifi is slow, you can use Ethernet to speed up transfer speed. That is, assuming the usb is fast enough to take advantage of the added speed.

    Hey do u think my router might be limiting my hard disk transfer rate like by setting it's own rate? 


  11. 53 minutes ago, YedZed said:

    Are you using a hard dirve connected to the router? if you are connecting both ends via ethernet, the hard drive connector will be the bottleneck.

    I am connecting the hard drive to my router through a USB connection available on my router 


  12. 53 minutes ago, YedZed said:

    Are you using a hard dirve connected to the router? if you are connecting both ends via ethernet, the hard drive connector will be the bottleneck.

    I am connecting the hard drive to my router through a USB connection available on my router 


  13. 50 minutes ago, YedZed said:

    Are you using a hard dirve connected to the router? if you are connecting both ends via ethernet, the hard drive connector will be the bottleneck.

    Well actually I'm connecting my pc to the router through the routers wifi(I set up a wifi connection on my router (which is a modem too) which is a modem too). ?


  14. 51 minutes ago, 8uhbbhu8 said:

    Transfer speed has several factor. The speed of the drives in your system and how they are setup. The speed of the ports they are connected to, The speed to the ethernet ports and cables, and the (The speed of the drives in your system and how they are setup. The speed of the ports they are connected to) of the other system the files are transfering too.

    Thanks a lot! 


  15. Hey guys, 

    i had a spare router at my house , so i made sorta a NAS out of it,(this router isnt connected to the internet so its storage is just available to the devices which connect to it), but i wish to know here on what does the transfer speed (e.g: transferrring file from a pc connected to it to its storage) depend on and how can i increase it!

    and if anyone is interested please answer the below question too! Thanks a ton you all in advance!

     


  16. Hey All,

     i have created a FTP server using IIS which seems to work all fine on all the devices on my network but doesnt seem to work on devices outside the network, please help!

    P.S.: I have done all the other necessary steps like port forwarding(creatinng port 21 and 20 on my router) and shutting down my antivirus as well as windows firewall! Even created port 21 on firewall ! please please help!


  17. 26 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

    It must be down to your routers firewall, its the only thing that could block it externally (if you have checked with Windows Firewall disabled)

     

    Make sure you've forwarded port 21 (no idea why your forwarding 20?) to the IP of the machine that's hosting the server for both outbound and inbound traffic (Generally outbound is allowed via router but I like to do it just to be sure).

    Hey sorry i know i am causing trouble for u but please please help!

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