|Subject:||Re: OnPASVReply explanation|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Jan 2005|
"Joel" <jo…@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> Can someone explain to me what the following vars
> are for in the OnPASVReply of the tidftpServer
They allow the application code to dynamically change the IP/Port values
that are reported back to the FTP client indicating which IP/Port the server
is actually listening on. This is needed if the server is behind a router,
since the FTP client will not be able to connect to the server directly, but
needs to connect to the router instead. The server will bind a new socket
to its local machine, and by default report the local machine's IP/Port. In
a router scenerio, the server has to report back the router's IP/Port
instead of its own.
> and what unit is Tidipversion define in?
A simple text search using Windows' Find feature will reveil to you that it
is declared in the IdGlobal unit.
OnPASVReply explanation posted by Joel on Mon, 17 Jan 2005