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Old 01-08-2003, 06:32 AM   #1
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Question Directory listing hang

I am puzzled by new behaviour that I am seeing with some of my favourite FTP servers. Maybe this is common knowledge but my quick research did not bring any good hits. So here goes....:

Problem is, some of my usual FTP servers now hang at the 'DIR' command. At the same time, 'LS' is working just fine.
Those are entered from the command line ftp. Looking at the client log (eg FlashFXP) it appears that LIST is always (?) issued, and it is actually the same as command line DIR? What is this difference here btw?

Some people have mentioned a 30sec timeout but I am not getting even that. Only 'LS' is working good.

Anybody in the know what is going on here? Unfortunately I do not have control or even knoledge of the ftp server or versions.

Or is there a setting somewhere in this client to specify different type of LIST?
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Old 01-08-2003, 02:12 PM   #2
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the only different setting for LIST command is on "Advanced" tab of options..
why would you use custom DIR command instead of builtin LIST?
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Old 01-18-2003, 03:34 AM   #3
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I was asking about custom options because the built-in LIST does not work for me. Could it be that my MTU size is not good? What custom option is worth trying?

1)What's your FlashFXP build? (don't say "latest")
2.0 (build 900)

2)What's your OS?
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