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Directory names in FTP addresses
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Q. Is it possible for AntiFirewall to support loging on to FTP IP's and paths. For example, IP's including directories within an FTP server, like ftp://126.96.36.199/my_docs/my_pictures
A. No, due to its technical nature, Antifirewall won't allow you to create connections to ftp addresses with directory names in them. You can create an Antifirewall connection only to an IP address or computer name, like ftp.myserver.co.uk.
However, you can still have what you are asking for, but you'll need to enter the directory path in your FTP client program (e.g. CuteFTP or something like that). Once you have created the Antifirewall connection for your server, you enter it in the FTP program in the following way: ftp://127.0.0.1:7845/my-files/my-folder/
Connecting to folder is the job of your FTP program, not Antifirewall. Antifirewall connects you to the server, and from that moment, your FTP program must do everything else.Tech. Support Topics
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