|Subject:||Re: idFTP component|
|Posted by:||J. Peter Mugaas (oma002…@mail.wvnet.edu)|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Jun 2003|
In article <1060A56A4474E240bo…@asoftsolutions.com.au>,
> Hi all
> I have an application (D5/Indy) that uses idFTP to download update files
> from a web site.
> This works fine for most clients but there are a few that cannot get it to
> work. These sites invariably have a firewall/proxy server and despite
> changing settings, enabling FTP, etc, it still doesn't work, although their
> anti-virus software seems to be able to work OK.
> Also in these cases the client is unable to ping the web site, assuming this
> is a valid test.
> Is the idFTP component the correct one to use (is this type of thing what
> anti-virus software uses?), and if so, is there any way to use the Internet
> settings on a machine to set the idFTP's settings correctly?
> Any help would be appreciated.
Try reading the Indy FAQ because I just uploaded a new version with a
section about proxies.
The FAQ is at:
J. Peter Mugaas - Chairperson, Distribution Team, Indy Pit Crew
Internet Direct (Indy) Website -http://www.nevrona.com/Indy
Personal Home Page -http://www.wvnet.edu/~oma00215
If I want to do business with you, I will contact you. Otherwise, do
not contact me.
idFTP component posted by Bob Zirbel on Sun, 22 Jun 2003