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hey guys,

I want to make a script to send and receive data from / to an ftp server.

Sending Requets to the server works just fine, but i don't get an answer

my code until now:

$IpServer = TCPNameToIP ("xxx.bplaced.net")
$Port = 21

$SendingSocket = TCPConnect ($IpServer, $Port)
If @error Then
    MsgBox (48, "Error", "Error creating Socket to "&$IpServer&@CRLF&"Error code: "&@error)
    Exit
EndIf
TCPSend ($SendSocket, "my message to the server (this works just fine i think)")

so with this code i can send requests to the ftp-server, but it doesn't answer

i guess, i have to set up a socket that listens to the ftp-server

i tried this out:

$portIn = 2700
$RecvSocket = TCPListen ($IpServer, $portIn)
If @error Then 
    MsgBox (48, "Error", "Error creating Socket"&@CRLF&"Error code: "&@error)
    Exit
EndIf

but this TCPListen command does always return errorcode 10049

maybe it is because of the port (i chose a random one, here 2700)?

what do I have to do to properly receive data from this ftp-server

for example:

FileZilla (ftp-program) sends / receives the following data:

Function SendTo: "=............xxx.bplaced.net....."

Function RecvFrom: "=............xxx.bplaced.net..............[..N.#5"

Function Recv: "220 Welcome to bplaced, FTP server standing by ....."

when i start my script, it does also send / receive the first 2 messages from / to the server

but it doesn't receive the 3rd message

how can I make the script receiving data from an Ftp-Server?

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hey guys,

I want to make a script to send and receive data from / to an ftp server.

Sending Requets to the server works just fine, but i don't get an answer

my code until now:

$IpServer = TCPNameToIP ("xxx.bplaced.net")
 $Port = 21
 
 $SendingSocket = TCPConnect ($IpServer, $Port)
 If @error Then
     MsgBox (48, "Error", "Error creating Socket to "&$IpServer&@CRLF&"Error code: "&@error)
     Exit
 EndIf
 TCPSend ($SendSocket, "my message to the server (this works just fine i think)")

so with this code i can send requests to the ftp-server, but it doesn't answer

i guess, i have to set up a socket that listens to the ftp-server

i tried this out:

$portIn = 2700
 $RecvSocket = TCPListen ($IpServer, $portIn)
 If @error Then 
     MsgBox (48, "Error", "Error creating Socket"&@CRLF&"Error code: "&@error)
     Exit
 EndIf

but this TCPListen command does always return errorcode 10049

maybe it is because of the port (i chose a random one, here 2700)?

what do I have to do to properly receive data from this ftp-server

for example:

FileZilla (ftp-program) sends / receives the following data:

when i start my script, it does also send / receive the first 2 messages from / to the server

but it doesn't receive the 3rd message

how can I make the script receiving data from an Ftp-Server?

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I tried out This before, but it doesn't seem to work

_FTPOpen returns 13369348 (should be alright)

but _FTPConnect always returns 0 and sets error to 1

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