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Ftp FILE Put Issue

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I am trying to upload file on my personal IIS FTP server remotly using other client which successufully upload files

but its failing to upload via this 

 

#include <FTPEx.au3>

$server = 'xx.47.4.xxx'
$username = 'Admin'
$pass = 'xxxx'
$FTPFile = "/_FTP_FilePut.au3"
$ULFile = @ScriptDir & "\_FTP_FilePut.au3"



$Open = _FTP_Open('MyFTP')
$bOpen = @error
If Not $bOpen Then
    $Conn = _FTP_Connect($Open, $server, $username, $pass, 1 ,50100)
    $bCon = @error
    If Not $bCon Then
        If _FTP_FilePut($Conn, $ULFile,  $FTPFile) Then
            MsgBox(0, "Upload", "erfolgreich")
            $Ftpc = _FTP_Close($Open)
        Else
            MsgBox(0, "Upload", "fehlgeschlagen")
            ConsoleWrite("Upload: " & $bCon & " " & @extended & @CRLF)
        EndIf
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "Connect", "fehlgeschalagen")
        ConsoleWrite("Connect: " & $bCon & " " & @extended & @CRLF)
    EndIf
Else
    MsgBox(0, "OPen", "fehlgeschalagen")
    ConsoleWrite("Open " & $bOpen & " " & @extended & @CRLF)
EndIf

iis ftp log

2015-04-27 19:38:26 xxx.255.211.68 - 192.168.1.2 50100 ControlChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:27 xxx.255.211.68 - 192.168.1.2 50100 USER 331 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:28 xxx.255.211.68 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 PASS 230 0 /
2015-04-27 19:38:28 xxx.255.211.68 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 TYPE 200 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:29 xxx.255.211.68 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 PASV 227 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:29 192.168.1.5 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49974 DataChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:29 192.168.1.5 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49974 DataChannelClosed - 1236 -
2015-04-27 19:38:30 xxx.255.211.68 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 STOR 425 1236 /_FTP_FilePut.au3
2015-04-27 19:38:35 xxx.255.211.68 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 ControlChannelClosed - 0 -

 ftp log for other client which successfully uploaded file

2015-04-27 19:19:24 xxx.255.211.69 - 192.168.1.2 50100 ControlChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:24 xxx.255.211.69 - 192.168.1.2 50100 USER 331 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:25 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 PASS 230 0 /
2015-04-27 19:19:26 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 SYST 215 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:27 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 PWD 257 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:27 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 PASV 227 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:29 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49970 DataChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:29 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49970 DataChannelClosed - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:20:07 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 STOR 226 0 /_FTP_FilePut.au3
2015-04-27 19:20:08 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 MDTM 213 0 /_FTP_FilePut.au3
2015-04-27 19:22:07 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 50100 ControlChannelClosed - 1236 -

 

Edited by autoitxp

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I know very little about IIS, but the first thing I would try changing is

$FTPFile = "/_FTP_FilePut.au3" Try backslash, try no slash, etc.

The next thing is there are quite a few flags for _FTP_FilePut.  You may need to research what settings IIS uses.  I think this uses the DLL in windows, and would have the same issues as the built command line prompt ftp client.

 

Somewhere there is a setting to increase the verbosity of the IIS log.  If it is a busy server, watch out.

 

Please note: This does not encrypt or secure the password or channel at all.

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Are you getting any error messages from your script?


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

ok Are you getting any error messages from your script?

​i am not getting any script errors  i think i found out problem but donno how to deal   

DataChannelOpened  with local ip not remote ip look carefully

 i think _FTP_FilePut opening session with local ip not remote ip. i think its autoit bug 

2015-04-27 19:38:29 192.168.1.5 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49974 DataChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:38:29 192.168.1.5 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49974 DataChannelClosed - 1236 -

and other ftp client which i'm using successfully upload to remote ip DataChannelOpened opened with remotely 

 2015-04-27 19:19:29 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49970 DataChannelOpened - 0 -
2015-04-27 19:19:29 xxx.255.211.69 Admin-PC\Admin 192.168.1.2 49970 DataChannelClosed - 0 -

Edited by autoitxp

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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2505047

FTP 7.5 resets the data connection if an FTP client tries to use a port lower than 1024 for the data connection
In earlier versions of IIS, an FTP client could choose to use a port lower than 1024 for the data connection, in both passive mode and active mode FTP communications. Beginning in FTP 7.5, when an FTP client tries to use a port lower than 1024 for the data connection, FTP 7.5 will reset the underlying TCP connection. For example, if an FTP client tries to do a passive-mode upload of a file using the STOR command, and tries to use a port lower than 1024 for the data connection, the upload will fail and entries similar to the following will be written to the FTP log:
 

2012-01-15 02:08:16 123.456.789.0 user01 123.1.1.1 40063 DataChannelOpened - - 0 0
2012-01-15 02:08:16 123.456.789.0 user01 123.1.1.1 40063 DataChannelClosed - - 1236 38
2012-01-15 02:08:16 123.456.789.0 user01 123.1.1.1 21 STOR file.txt 425 1236 0

NOTE: For an active-mode FTP upload using a data port less than 1024, the Win32 status will be 87 instead of 1236.

This behavior occurs because in FTP 7.5 ports in the range of 0-1023 are now reserved for system processes or for programs 

That piece of log looks exactly like yours. You tell it to use 50100 as a port, and the FTPEx.au3 doesn't seem to do anything strange with that number, but _ftp_fileput shoud set the @error and more importantly the @extended. Try to get those for the fileput operation, because apparently your connect works.


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

We're going to need more of your script than this to try and help. What is in $x for example, have you used _FTP_Connect prior to this, things like this. Is the server using SFTP or just standard FTP?

​Using simple ftp server IIS 7.5 on windows 7 sp1 ultimate USING port range 49900-50000 NAT forwarded, allowed in firewall and ftp port which is 50100 i am not using port range below 1024 

and using above simple script to test if it upload my file or not

#include <FTPEx.au3>


Local $sServer = 'xx.47.250.xxx'
Local $sUsername = 'Admin'
Local $sPass = '1234'
Local $sport = 50100


Local $hOpen = _FTP_Open('MyFTP')
Local $hConn = _FTP_Connect($hOpen, $sServer, $sUsername, $sPass, 1 ,$sport)
local $put = _FTP_FilePut ( $hConn, @ScriptDir & "\" &@ScriptName, "/Remote.au3" )

if $put = 0 then
MsgBox(0 , '', @error)
Else
MsgBox(0 ,'' , 'uploaded sucsses... deleteing now!')
_FTP_FileDelete ( $hConn, "/Remote.au3"  )
endif


sleep(1000)
Local $iFtpc = _FTP_Close($hConn)
Local $iFtpo = _FTP_Close($hOpen)

nothing uploaded and shows same IIS error log above mentioned 

Edited by autoitxp

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