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How do I set up an FTP?


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I need to set up an FTP on my mac (OSX) so repro houses can download large PDF files from it. However I'm connected to the internet through a ADSL router (Origo 8400) with a built in Firewall. There doesn't seem to be any management software for the router (or is there a piece of generic management software?). This is all very new to me (ftp's) and I could do with nice easy steps on how to achieve such a feat!

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http://www.creativemac.com/2002/09_s...posx020924.htm
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That link is brilliant! Many thanks anarkhy.
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Well, some call me a god, others call me a miracle, i just call myself a googler
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Yes, people underestimate the power of Google...

Anarkhy, just a little thought: Don't you think your sig is a "little" oversized??
I mean, there's more text in your sig than in your post
Not that I don't like it, just less sometimes is more...
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yeah your right i am either gonna not use it with every post or change it
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Seems pretty straight forward so I'll give it a whirl tonight.

A big fat thank you!
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I need to do this with my mac but im the only mac user in the house, how do i do this with windows as well?
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Do what? if you want to create multiple ftp servers just open 2 ports, try googling it
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On Windows you have to find an FTP app. My favorite for Windows was(repeat WAS, since now I use Macs) CoffeeCup Free FTP
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I'd suggest filezilla for windows (its opensource, you know how I am), theres another piece of freeware out there written by some gay guy, but I can't remember its name... (its really quite good, and uber-easy to setup)
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