bdkmcgl Absent Member.
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Accessing a RH Server via NW FTP

Hello,

We have a Red Hat server with samba running that we access internally by mapping using net use.

We also have a NW FTP server. Is there some way to access the RH server via the FTP sever. Our users can navigate to any NW server once connected via FTP, but if they try to navigate to the RH server they get an error message.

Thank you.
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Re: Accessing a RH Server via NW FTP

Hi,

bdkmcgl wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> We have a Red Hat server with samba running that we access internally
> by mapping using net use.
>
> We also have a NW FTP server. Is there some way to access the RH
> server via the FTP sever.


Not out of the box, no. You'd need the NFS gateway product, and I'm not
entirely sure if that would even work from FTP clients.

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peterkuo Absent Member.
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Re: Accessing a RH Server via NW FTP

bdkmcgl wrote:

> Our users can navigate to any NW server once
> connected via FTP,


That is because the nwftpd has NCP support built-in which allows for that.


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