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I wrote a duplicates finder script in PowerShell using WinSCP .NET assembly. The script first iterates a remote directory tree and looks for files with the same size. When it finds any, it by default downloads the files and compares them locally. If you known that the server supports a protocol extension for calculating checksums, you can improve the ...


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This doesn't meet your specific requirements of the answer having to be FileZilla, but if you don't get such an answer, I'd recommend using WinSCP to do this. I think some of its FTP functionality is actually based on FileZilla, and it has a powerful sync feature that has preview functionality that will let you see what's going to happen before it does the ...


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The current value of SFTPAuthorizedUserKeys is set to use per-user files of authorized keys. I would guess that for a given user, let's use jsmith as an example, their key would need to go into a file called /etc/proftpd/authorized_keys/jsmith. To get your current setup working try changing the value of SFTPAuthorizedUserKeys to ...


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Check below wget command to download data from FTP recursively. wget --user="" --password="" -r -np -nH --cut-dirs=1 --reject "index.html*" "" -r : is for recursively download. -np : is for no parent ascending. -nH : is for disabling creation of directory having name same as URL i.e. abc.xyz.com --cut-dirs : is for ignoring no. of parent directories. ...


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I was also facing similar sort of ssl certificate verification error. Setting verify-certificate to 'no' worked for me. Example: lftp -c 'set ftps:initial-prot ""; set ftp:ssl-force true; set ftp:ssl-protect-data true; set ssl:verify-certificate no; open -u Usename,Password 208.82.204.46; put uploadfilename;'


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Browse full assigned directory Grant Directories > List permission. Deny downloads on everything or restricted amount (in size or count of files) of downloads per session To deny downloads, just remove Files > Read permission. Restricted amount of download is not supported. But you can impose download speed limit. Allow Uploads ...


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Your iptables rules are very duplicated and think you are missing one iptables module. modprobe ip_nat_ftp -P INPUT DROP -P FORWARD DROP -P OUTPUT DROP -A INPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT -A OUTPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 20:21 -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 21 -m ...


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Try making sure you're using the right port number next time! ;)


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Try either allow_writeable_chroot=YES or allow_writable_chroot=YES in your config, if that doesn't work, downgrade.


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There exist two solutions: As mention @andrii-kupchanko you can change ftp server configuration. This changes force server to send external IP (Public_IP2) to client as IP for passive backward-connection. Drawback is necessity of forwarding passive connection back to private subnet resident FTP-server (via iptables) and statically binding ports used by ...


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Your ftp server should be configured, as it's behind NAT. You didn't say what ftp server software you are using, so i will provide required config directive example for proFTPd: # If your host was NATted, this option is useful in order to # allow passive tranfers to work. You have to use your public # address and opening the passive ports used on your ...


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replace the : in your linux client and after make upload, for example you can use sed with find, for example: cd /dir_with_many_files && find . -type f -name '*:*' -exec sh -c 'mv '{}' $(echo '{}' | sed 's/:/_/g')' \; after that, you can upload the files to your windows server.


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Change the owner of your /var/www/html/mydir with below command sudo chown -R root:ftpgroup /var/www/html/mydir check this one for reference http://devtidbits.com/2011/06/29/implement-a-sftp-service-for-ubuntudebian-with-a-chrooted-isolated-file-directory/


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Potential root of your issue (and many other similar issues with corrupted files): invalid chunks due to occurrence of duplicated data in file (eg. lots of zeros) and/or something else: - network configuration related (MTU size?!) - outdated server software (few years ago in Debian was bug related to this issue) - not using binary mode ...



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