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I have WAMP set up on my Windows 7 PC and wish to access the WAMP files on my Mac remotely so I can edit them with Coda.

So I have set up FileZilla Server. However, when I try to connect with these credentials: Server: User Name: admin Password: mypass port: 14147

It fails to connect. I have aslo tried connecting using passive mode. Have I set this up wrong? Note: I set up users by going to: Edit, then Users, then adding a user.

Am I doing this correctly or not?

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Have you set manualy the Port to: 14147?

And have you disabled your firewall on the Win7 maschine for testing?

You can test it with telnet from the MAC client if its installed.


telnet 21

Port: 14147 is the Adminport. To connect try the default FTP port:21!

To connect to the admin interface try and a blank password.

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On FileZilla it's default 14147. So that's what I used on Coda. And Just tried turing off my firewall on Win7. Connection was refused straight away. – ryhart18 Mar 4 '11 at 23:40
And just tried telnet, it says "Trying" Then times out. – ryhart18 Mar 4 '11 at 23:44
my filezilla run default on 21 on the normal FTP Port this is why i ask. And i couldn't find your port for WAMP oh ok... 14147 this is the admin port... this is not for a connection. – Stony Mar 4 '11 at 23:44

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