SXOS v1.5 FTP Help Required

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  1. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Hello all,

    I am trying to get FTP to work on SXOS v1.5.
    I have tried Filezilla, FlashFXP 5 and WinSCP but could not connect.
    Tried port 5000 and 21.
    Can someone please help.

    Thanks
     
  2. OrGoN3

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    Can't help when you don't provide information. Enable FTP in the options and then you should connect on port 5000. The local IP address of the Switch has to be known (does it appear on a menu? I have no idea, as I don't have SX OS nor a Switch) and you have to be on the same local network to access it. Here's the official thread which should help. Also, FYI, many people are having stability issues https://team-xecuter.com/forums/threads/154365-SX-OS-v1-5-Announcement
     
  3. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    haven't tried it yet. Can you say for sure if your switch's IP is on the same subnet as your PC? Can you ping the IP?
     
  4. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Enable FTP in the options on where please? Im very new to this. Thanks
     
  5. OrGoN3

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    Consult the thread I linked to.
     
  6. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Ping Ip could you please explain how? Sorry again im new to this. Thanks
     
  7. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    seriously? open a command line, and type "ping 192.168.0.xxx" Whatever your Switch's IP address is. If you don't get a reply, you aren't on the same network.
     
  8. shanefromoz
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    Ok tried that with no luck.
    So how do i make sure im on the same network?
    Sorry for the silly questions.
     
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    if you dont know if you are on the same network, honestly you should not be trying to FTP stuff...
    either way, same network is exactly what it sounds like, connected to the same SSID/Router
     
  11. shanefromoz
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    shanefromoz GBAtemp Maniac

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    Worked it out Thank you.
    Stupid me was connected to my Google wireless rather then my modem wireless.
    Thanks guys for your help appreciate it.
     
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  12. urherenow

    urherenow GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Not necessarily. You can be on the same router, but on a different subnet. Same difference as a different network, unless you manually configure routing tables (but then why are you subnetting?). This dude doesn't even know what his IP is...
     
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