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Hi! Im currently new to AutoIT Script, and programming in general. I just started doing some script during my free time at my job( Computer IT ). Im currently making a manager to see if everything is correct on some computer and one of them is the FTP. Im trying to get the info if the Port is open, passive and transfer IN/OUT.  I just don't understand at all the FTP in AutoIT! I try the FTP_CONNECT function but all im able to do is connect without getting the info I need. I only need to know if the port is open for exemple. If someone could explain me a little it would be much appreciate! I love AutoIT and I would like to understand more to help the community!

Thank You!

PS: Sry for my bad english, it my second language. :S

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i suggest :  if  you send  a  code  is much better  for comunity , help you (use a tag ) , for your problem i suggest , before read this

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20861843/check-if-ftp-server-is-passive-or-active-using-telnet

and after  use winscp you can bind in autoit , winscp is much powerful  and support also sftp 

https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ftp_modes

 

 

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you could connect to its port to see if it is open

ConsoleWrite(@CR)
ConsoleWrite(IpPortTest(@IPAddress1,21)&@CR)
ConsoleWrite(IpPortTest(@IPAddress1,139)&@CR)
ConsoleWrite(IpPortTest('192.168.100.300',21)&@CR)
ConsoleWrite(IpPortTest(@IPAddress1,'tAsd')&@CR&@CR)

func IpPortTest($ip,$port)
    TCPStartup()
    $socket = TCPConnect($ip,$port)
    $error = @error
    if $error then
        if $error = 10060 then Return 'Error : Connection timed out on ip:'&$ip&', port:'&$port
        if $error = 1 then Return '!Error : IPAddr: '&$ip&' is incorrect.'
        if $error = 2 then Return '!Error : port: '&$port&' is incorrect.'
        if $error = -2 then Return 'not connected.'; not sure when this one will trigger, no network conection?
    Else
        TCPCloseSocket($socket)
        Return '+Port:'&$port&' is open on IPAddr: '&$ip&' socket:'&$socket
    EndIf
    TCPShutdown()
EndFunc

 

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Thank you for all the info! I just asked for where to start looking to do this functionality and with those respond I know where to start looking!

Much Appreciate!

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