wade at wadesmart.com
Tue May 29 18:56:41 UTC 2007
05292007 1355 GMT-6 DST
I get that same error when I connect to a web hosting site with gftp and
I put in the wrong password.
Do you have a firewall?
On Tue, 2007-05-29 at 14:10 -0400, edwin coime wrote:
> I already check everything in /etc/hosts file same external IP address
> provided by dyndns, when I ping to that address in linux box and
> windows, It has no problem.
> But, when I try to connect using my windows box ex. ftp
> myhostname.org, I received the following error
> Connected to myhostname.org
> Connection closed by remote host.
> Any help is very much appreciated.
> Thank you.
> Anders Hï¿½ggstrï¿½m <hagge.ubuntu at intercorner.net> wrote:
> 2007/5/29, edwin coime :
> > Good Day!
> > I already setup dydns account and already setup a ddclient
> in my linux box.
> > When I ping the external IP address given by dydns on my
> linux box, I
> > received the following error
> > "15 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time
> 14008ms "
> Have you checked that the updated domain is pointing to the
> external IP-number?
> Have you tried to connect directly to your external IP-number,
> just to
> be sure the connection is good before involving dyndns?
> > I tried to ping it in my windows workstation, It works fine.
> Received reply
> > from the Server.
> > But, I tried to connect in windows using ftp myhostname.org,
> I received the
> > following messages "connected to myhostname.org"
> > After a while I received the following errors "Connection
> closed by remote
> > host".
> I would suggest checking the sevice localy first, then
> exernaly by
> IP-number, and after good results check that the domain is
> pointing to
> the external IP and thereafter there usually are no more
> You should also make sure there is no firewalls that is
> disturbing the traffic.
> > Please help me out, Any help is much appreciated.
> > Thanks you.
> // Anders
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