[jdev] File xfer gone wrong?
hildjj at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 17:32:07 CST 2005
Are you running something else on that port? Check with "netstat -a".
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:21:30 -0500, Anthony Ortiz
<anthonypaulo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yup, did that a while back using Ethereal and for some reason I am
> unable to see anything on port 8010, which to me is really odd and has
> me scratching my head. I can see all other traffic except when I
> listen on 8010 and initiate a file transfer from Psi to Exodus (or
> vice versa) I see nothing going on, and Psi is set to xfer at 8010 and
> the xml indicates it's using port 8010 as well. I even set it to list
> ALL traffic and all I see are the xml streams (and other misc stuff.)
> I repeated it again this morning just to make sure and still nothing.
> I try not to post to a newsgroup unless I exhaust all means at my
> disposal, and right now find myself clueless. :( What I don't
> understand is why it works perfectly with the Psi client and not with
> On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 15:49:00 -0800, Justin Karneges
> <justin-keyword-jabber.093179 at affinix.com> wrote:
> > On Wednesday 09 March 2005 02:39 pm, Anthony Ortiz wrote:
> > > and this doesn't work either. What am I doing wrong?? What's weird is that
> > > I can transfer files both ways against a PSI client, and PSI and Exodus
> > > work fine against each other as well, but it's only when I try to send a
> > > file to Exodus that I have this problem. Heeeeeeeeelp!!
> > Perhaps you should analyze what Psi is sending, which seems to work with
> > Exodus, and compare that to what you are sending.
> > -Justin
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