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FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Hyper (---.direct-adsl.nl)
Date: June 20, 2008 11:47AM

Is it possible to set up an FTP account for your WAMP server so you can access the /www folder from anywhere with a FTP Program?

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: toivo (---.nsw.bigpond.net.au)
Date: June 20, 2008 12:11PM

I use Filezilla server and it works well. Normal security precautions should be taken, including usernames and passwords, and accepting FTP connections only from IP subnets you trust.

Regards,

toivo
nottingham, uk

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Hyper (---.direct-adsl.nl)
Date: June 20, 2008 12:23PM

I downloaded that FileZilla server thing, but I really dont know how it works now. Installed it, but should it be installed in de WAM directory? confused smiley



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/20/2008 12:24PM by Hyper.

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: yfastud (Moderator)
Date: June 20, 2008 03:01PM

Very simple, just create accounts to gain access; for example

admin(s) for all partitions/hard drives
moderator(s) for C:/wamp
user1 for C:/wamp/www/user1
user2 for C:/wamp/www/user2
...................

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Hyper (---.direct-adsl.nl)
Date: June 20, 2008 03:43PM

Ah ok, I get it now. Thanksssss grinning smiley

(again)

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: twisy (---.freedom2surf.net)
Date: June 20, 2008 05:26PM

Hey Guys ..

HELP ......... I have installed wamp5 all running like a dream trying to install filezilla server .. have followed instructions and setup users as described above but still cannot access ftp ( via terapin ) just keep getting server has rejected the connection ..

am i missing somethin ???

someone please help its driving me mad :-(

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: toivo (203.19.130.---)
Date: June 20, 2008 11:30PM

Hi,

If your workstation running WAMP and FTP has Windows Firewall enabled, you need to allow the FTP port.

The FTP server has a couple of settings you should also check:

Connection settings - Listen on these ports: 21

Bindings: bind the server to these IP addresses: *

IP filter

Do you get a username and password prompt at all?

Regards,

toivo
nottingham, uk

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: twisy (---.freedom2surf.net)
Date: June 21, 2008 12:15AM

Hiya,

thanks fir the response .... i have disbaled the firewall when testing, and have setup th eports to listen for as 21 binding is setup as * (all is i understand ), dont get no username or password prompt at all ...

one other thing that consuses me .. when i installed it says server ip as 127.0.0.1 is that right ? when i change it to my ip address is sasys it wont connect ??

thansk for your help but think i may need a bit more !!! lol

regards

Tristian

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: toivo (---.nsw.bigpond.net.au)
Date: June 21, 2008 01:39AM

!27.0.0.1 is localhost which is what it should be, from FTP server's point of view. When you are using the FTP client, you need to use the WAMP server's internal or private IP address when inside the LAN and the external or public IP address when you connect from the internet. You need to forward the FTP port from your router to the internal IP address of your WAMP server, but this only applies when connecting from outside.

Regards,

toivo
nottingham, uk

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: twisy (---.freedom2surf.net)
Date: June 21, 2008 11:49AM

THANKS !!!!!!!!!!

It now working a treat .... many thanks for your help toivo.

:-) happy man ...

cheer

tristian

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Slapz (---.ipt.aol.com)
Date: January 22, 2009 06:53PM

yfastud Wrote:
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> Very simple, just create accounts to gain access;
> for example
>
> admin(s) for all partitions/hard drives
> moderator(s) for C:/wamp
> user1 for C:/wamp/www/user1
> user2 for C:/wamp/www/user2
> ...................

I dont get this part at all! What am I supposed to do? Make a .txt file with the title of it user1 in my "C:/wamp/www/" folder or what? You didnt explain this thoroughly. I really need to fid this info out!!!

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: tink (---.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com)
Date: January 23, 2009 03:32PM

I have been searching all over the net for information on where to place it in wamp? This thread is great for information but does not state where to actually put ftp server. Where in C:wamp is it to be placed?

Any help would really be appreciated.

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: yfastud (Moderator)
Date: January 23, 2009 07:45PM

depends on ftp server you try to use; if using script, you can put it inside wamp folder; otherwise, just accept default location when installing; after finishing installation, go to settings/options/configurations to setup users ;-)

Have fun,

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: tink (---.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com)
Date: January 23, 2009 08:38PM

I am using filezilla server. Thank you so much yfastud I will try and of course return if I can't figure it out.

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Slapz (---.multcolib.org)
Date: January 30, 2009 07:41PM

i still dont get it ??? can some one give me an actual step by step process?

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Ruairi (---.b-ras2.dbn.dublin.eircom.net)
Date: July 06, 2009 03:18AM

This thing has me flumoxed too !!

I'm trying to install Jommla.

1st installed wamp server5
2nd installed Joomla ! Went through set up, didn't set FTP settings, removed installation folder. Can't access admin panel. do i need to set FTP settings? how?
3rd installed free Joomla template, doesn't render the template just a file directory of contents, PHP pages, images etc..

Frustrated with whole thing.

Step by step instructions would be excellent, anyone?

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: yfastud (Moderator)
Date: July 06, 2009 04:48AM


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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: jipay (202.92.201.---)
Date: February 13, 2012 04:46AM

yfastud Wrote:
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> Very simple, just create accounts to gain access;
> for example
>
> admin(s) for all partitions/hard drives
> moderator(s) for C:/wamp
> user1 for C:/wamp/www/user1
> user2 for C:/wamp/www/user2
> ...................

I have a question. whether in filezilla we enter that address .. My mean is C:/wamp/www/user1

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: stevenmartin99 (---.32-151.iol.it)
Date: February 13, 2012 07:52AM

Where are you FTPing to?

Steven Martin
stevenmartin99@gmail.com
stevenmartin99@hotmail.com
PampServer.com - [pampserver.com]

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Re: FTP - WAMP? Or not?
Posted by: Reloadwin (---.dhcp.blvl.il.charter.com)
Date: July 24, 2017 04:26PM

I am having trouble understanding how to connect localhost Wampserver64 with FileZilla so I can change permissions on the wp-contant, wp-plugin. Then I will be able to update the plugin.

Using my own pc Windows10 Wampserver64 FileZilla

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