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Ok, i have everything from port 21 being forwarded to my FTP server, and authentication works fine, but for some reason the 'ls' command or listing of files doesn't work, ...
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    Ok, i have everything from port 21 being forwarded to my FTP server, and authentication works fine, but for some reason the 'ls' command or listing of files doesn't work, I have both tcp and udp forwarding, making this doubly odd. any ideas? Do i need to include something extra?
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    The ls command doesnt work when your ftp'd in using a command line ftp client like ncftp, or when your ssh'd in, or what?

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    for some reason it just hangs on 'ls' whitch is a udp command unless im mistaken. But screw it, it works whenever I use a linux machine, I was just testing on a MS machine outside of the network, but its something with the damn SP2 craq. Works as long as i dont us IE (shivver shudder)
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