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Everytime i try to access my ftp using IIS it asks for a username and password...i am able to change my username but i cant change my password. Without this i cant access it..please help.
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i WOULD LIKE A PASSWORD SIMPLY BECAUSE I DONT WANT EVERYONE ABLE TO JUST ACCESS IT.
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
i WOULD LIKE A PASSWORD SIMPLY BECAUSE I DONT WANT EVERYONE ABLE TO JUST ACCESS IT.
To answer the question from before regarding port 21. You can find out your routers IP address by going to the run menu and typing in "CMD". Then type "ipconfig". You should see a section called "Default Gateway" and then it will have a number after it. That is your routers IP address. If you go into internet explorer and type that at the top, it will allow you to access your router. Sometimesit will ask for a user name and password even if you havent set one. Typically its "Admin" , "Admin" or "Admin" and then the password is blank. If you have a hard time finding the password you can do a google search for your routers default user name and password.

Once you get into your router you need to change the settings
for port fowarding. You can do this by going to the secuirty sectiion inside your routers settings. There should be a screen that asks for different ports and then it has a blank column for an IP address or it has a blank box for just a 3 digit number. The blank box would be your Ip address that you could get with "Ipconfig". If there is a 3 digit number then thats the last 3 digits of your ip address from ipconfig. The port range you want to foward is 21-21 UDP and TCP. Once you enter those settings, save them and you should be set for this part of the setup.<
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To answer the question from before regarding port 21. You can find out your routers IP address by going to the run menu and typing in "CMD". Then type "ipconfig". You should see a section called "Default Gateway" and then it will have a number after it. That is your routers IP address. If you go into internet explorer and type that at the top, it will allow you to access your router. Sometimesit will ask for a user name and password even if you havent set one. Typically its "Admin" , "Admin" or "Admin" and then the password is blank. If you have a hard time finding the password you can do a google search for your routers default user name and password.

Once you get into your router you need to change the settings
for port fowarding. You can do this by going to the secuirty sectiion inside your routers settings. There should be a screen that asks for different ports and then it has a blank column for an IP address or it has a blank box for just a 3 digit number. The blank box would be your Ip address that you could get with "Ipconfig". If there is a 3 digit number then thats the last 3 digits of your ip address from ipconfig. The port range you want to foward is 21-21 UDP and TCP. Once you enter those settings, save them and you should be set for this part of the setup.<
Thats great mate ill do that aswel later but i need to know how to put a password on my ftp so tha only i can acces it but when i put a different password in it doesnt change it so i cant access it whats that all about.
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