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h0tpants

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Hello. I have been working on this for about an hour or so but I cannot figure out this FTP stuff. What I want to do is connect to my friend so we can transfer files back and forth to each other. Can we even do this with an FTP client?? If so, how?? Any help would be much appreciated!!
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Facedown98

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Hi. You might want to ask Google and see what you can find. I'm sure it's possible somehow. Are either of you behind routers? Have you opened any ports?
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Very good question.....I'm googling your question to see if I can figure it out because I'm kind of curious now. If I get this FTP file sharing thing figured out I'll letcha know.

**Edit**
Found a great site that's got me goin: http://www.pcstats.c...t...1491&page=1

That will get your FTP site setup and you should be able to configure it the rest of the way.

Edited by Bobbydoo8, 10 January 2007 - 07:59 PM.

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