XCRC on Transfers

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-23 19:41:10

Hi,

Newly licensesd user of SmartFTP. I see it says it supports XCRC, yet I don't see SmartFTP checking the CRC after a transfer. I have the option turned on.

Thanks,
John

mb

2006-06-25 03:58:23

Hello ..

For the XCRC feature to work your FTP server needs to support certain commands (XCRC, XMD5, etc). The FTP server announces these features in the FEAT reply. Please post the log of your FTP session and we will be able to tell you exactly what your server supports.

Regards,
-Mat
SmartFTP

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-25 13:06:40


Hello ..

For the XCRC feature to work your FTP server needs to support certain commands (XCRC, XMD5, etc). The FTP server announces these features in the FEAT reply. Please post the log of your FTP session and we will be able to tell you exactly what your server supports.

Regards,
-Mat
SmartFTP


It is a Serv-U server, supporting XCRC.

John

mb

2006-06-25 22:22:34

Hello ..

Post the complete log otherwise its impossible for us to help you.

Regards,
SmartFTP

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-26 16:55:05


Hello ..

Post the complete log otherwise its impossible for us to help you.

Regards,
SmartFTP

Here you go (Private information *'d out):

[12:53:03] SmartFTP v2.0.996.29
[12:53:06] Resolving host name "********.com"
[12:53:06] Connecting to 208.**.***.*** Port: 990
[12:53:08] Connected to ********.com.
[12:53:08] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[12:53:08] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[12:53:10] TLS encrypted session established.
[12:53:10] 220 ******** FTP Server
[12:53:10] USER j*******
[12:53:10] 331 User name okay, need password.
[12:53:10] PASS (hidden)
[12:53:10] 230 User logged in, proceed.
[12:53:10] SYST
[12:53:10] 215 UNIX Type: L8
[12:53:10] FEAT
[12:53:10] 211-Extension supported
[12:53:10] AUTH TLS
[12:53:10] SSCN
[12:53:10] PBSZ
[12:53:10] PROT
[12:53:10] CCC
[12:53:10] CLNT
[12:53:10] MDTM
[12:53:10] MDTM YYYYMMDDHHMMSS[+-TZ];filename
[12:53:10] SIZE
[12:53:10] SITE PSWD;EXEC;SET;INDEX;ZONE;CHMOD;MSG
[12:53:10] REST STREAM
[12:53:10] XCRC filename;start;end
[12:53:10] MODE Z
[12:53:10] MLST Type*;Size*;Create;Modify*;Win32.ea*;
[12:53:10] 211 End
[12:53:10] Detected Server Software: Serv-U 5.x/6.x
[12:53:10] CLNT SmartFTP 2.0.996
[12:53:10] 200 Noted.
[12:53:10] PWD
[12:53:10] 257 "/" is current directory.
[12:53:10] CWD /tech
[12:53:10] 250 Directory changed to /tech
[12:53:10] PWD
[12:53:10] 257 "/tech" is current directory.
[12:53:10] TYPE A
[12:53:10] 200 Type set to A.
[12:53:10] MODE Z
[12:53:10] 200 MODE Z ok.
[12:53:10] PBSZ 0
[12:53:10] 200 PBSZ command OK. Protection buffer size set to 0.
[12:53:10] PROT P
[12:53:10] 200 PROT command OK. Using private data connection.
[12:53:10] PASV
[12:53:10] 227 Entering Passive Mode (208,**,***,***,7,209)
[12:53:10] Opening data connection to 208.**.***.*** Port: 2001
[12:53:10] MLSD
[12:53:10] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[12:53:10] 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for MLSD.
[12:53:10] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[12:53:10] TLS encrypted session established.
[12:53:10] 226 Transfer complete.
[12:53:10] 142 bytes transferred. (1.47 KB/s) (94 ms)

mb

2006-06-26 19:15:31

Hello ..

I do not see any file transfers in the log. Please post the full log with a transfer.

Regards,
SmartFTP

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-26 22:44:41


Hello ..

I do not see any file transfers in the log. Please post the full log with a transfer.

Regards,
SmartFTP

My apologies, I thought you wanted to just see the server features. Here you go:

[18:40:37] SmartFTP v2.0.996.29
[18:40:43] Resolving host name "******.com"
[18:40:43] Connecting to 208.**.***.*** Port: 990
[18:40:43] Connected to ******.com.
[18:40:43] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[18:40:44] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[18:40:44] TLS encrypted session established.
[18:40:44] 220 Tech FTP Server
[18:40:44] USER j*****
[18:40:44] 331 User name okay, need password.
[18:40:44] PASS (hidden)
[18:40:44] 230 User logged in, proceed.
[18:40:44] SYST
[18:40:44] 215 UNIX Type: L8
[18:40:44] FEAT
[18:40:44] 211-Extension supported
[18:40:44] AUTH TLS
[18:40:44] SSCN
[18:40:44] PBSZ
[18:40:44] PROT
[18:40:44] CCC
[18:40:44] CLNT
[18:40:44] MDTM
[18:40:44] MDTM YYYYMMDDHHMMSS[+-TZ];filename
[18:40:44] SIZE
[18:40:44] SITE PSWD;EXEC;SET;INDEX;ZONE;CHMOD;MSG
[18:40:44] REST STREAM
[18:40:44] XCRC filename;start;end
[18:40:44] MODE Z
[18:40:44] MLST Type*;Size*;Create;Modify*;Win32.ea*;
[18:40:44] 211 End
[18:40:44] Detected Server Software: Serv-U 5.x/6.x
[18:40:44] CLNT SmartFTP 2.0.996
[18:40:44] 200 Noted.
[18:40:44] PWD
[18:40:45] 257 "/" is current directory.
[18:40:45] CWD /tech
[18:40:45] 250 Directory changed to /tech
[18:40:45] PWD
[18:40:45] 257 "/tech" is current directory.
[18:40:45] TYPE A
[18:40:45] 200 Type set to A.
[18:40:45] MODE Z
[18:40:46] 200 MODE Z ok.
[18:40:46] PBSZ 0
[18:40:46] 200 PBSZ command OK. Protection buffer size set to 0.
[18:40:46] PROT P
[18:40:46] 200 PROT command OK. Using private data connection.
[18:40:46] PASV
[18:40:46] 227 Entering Passive Mode (***,**,***,***,7,211)
[18:40:46] Opening data connection to 208.**.***.*** Port: 2003
[18:40:46] MLSD
[18:40:46] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[18:40:46] 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for MLSD.
[18:40:46] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[18:40:46] TLS encrypted session established.
[18:40:46] 226 Transfer complete.
[18:40:46] 142 bytes transferred. (453 bytes/s) (313 ms)
[18:41:37] NOOP
[18:41:37] 200 Command okay.
[18:42:03] Remote file exist check: "ProfileCareV3.15.zip".
[18:42:03] TYPE I
[18:42:03] 200 Type set to I.
[18:42:03] SIZE ProfileCareV3.15.zip
[18:42:03] 550 /tech/ProfileCareV3.15.zip: No such file.
[18:42:03] File size check (SIZE) failed. File not found or permission denied.
[18:42:03] MODE S
[18:42:04] 200 MODE S ok.
[18:42:04] PASV
[18:42:04] 227 Entering Passive Mode (208,65,201,100,7,212)
[18:42:04] Opening data connection to 208.65.201.100 Port: 2004
[18:42:04] STOR ProfileCareV3.15.zip
[18:42:04] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[18:42:04] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[18:42:04] TLS encrypted session established.
[18:42:05] 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for ProfileCareV3.15.zip.
[18:42:14] 226 Transfer complete.
[18:42:14] 532150 bytes transferred. (50.7 KB/s) (00:00:10)
[18:42:14] MDTM 20060517005807 ProfileCareV3.15.zip
[18:42:14] 253 Date/time changed okay.
[18:42:14] SIZE ProfileCareV3.15.zip
[18:42:14] 213 532150
[18:42:14] Transfer successful.
[18:42:14] TYPE A
[18:42:15] 200 Type set to A.
[18:42:15] MODE Z
[18:42:15] 200 MODE Z ok.
[18:42:15] PASV
[18:42:15] 227 Entering Passive Mode (208,**,***,***,7,213)
[18:42:15] Opening data connection to 208.**.***.*** Port: 2005
[18:42:15] MLSD
[18:42:15] Connected. Exchanging encryption keys...
[18:42:15] 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for MLSD.
[18:42:15] Session Cipher: 128 bit RC4
[18:42:15] TLS encrypted session established.
[18:42:15] 226 Transfer complete.
[18:42:15] 176 bytes transferred. (513 bytes/s) (343 ms)

mb

2006-06-27 00:03:11

Oh. You need to use the "Transfer Queue" for the XCRC feature to work. You can find some howtos at:
https://www.smartftp.com/support/howto

Regards,
-Mat

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-27 00:10:11

Mike

2006-06-27 12:55:46

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-27 12:59:23


CRC only works for queue transfers, that is why you should use the queue.

I understand that is the case, but I am asking "Why?" Why can you not make it work with direct transfer?

John

mb

2006-06-27 23:24:32

You shouldn't really transfer anything with the "Direct" method. The "Direct" method lacks a lot of features as auto-reconnect, auto-resume and the crc check feature you are looking for. Use the Transfer Queue.

Regards,
SmartFTP

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-27 23:37:15


You shouldn't really transfer anything with the "Direct" method. The "Direct" method lacks a lot of features as auto-reconnect, auto-resume and the crc check feature you are looking for. Use the Transfer Queue.

Regards,
SmartFTP

OK, I just like using the arrows between a remote and local browser to transfer files. Is there a way to make them use the queue?

Thanks,
John

mb

2006-06-27 23:38:43

Try Menu: Tools->Settings
General -> Navigation
"Default Drag&Drop Operation"
Set it to Queue.

Regards,
-Mat

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-27 23:45:37


Try Menu: Tools->Settings
General -> Navigation
"Default Drag&Drop Operation"
Set it to Queue.

Regards,
-Mat

There we go! Much better - I totally missed that option. OK, Next question then is, is there a way to see the log from the queued operations?

Thanks!!!

John

mb

2006-06-28 00:05:12

You can only see the log while the item is still in the queue or while its being processed. To see it double click on the item in the Transfer Queue list. After the item is successfully processed the log is lost.
But if you enable the Log option under the Settings->Advanced the log is stored in a file which you can view later.

Regards,
-Mat
SmartFTP

jjcjrcpa

2006-06-28 15:26:57


You can only see the log while the item is still in the queue or while its being processed. To see it double click on the item in the Transfer Queue list. After the item is successfully processed the log is lost.
But if you enable the Log option under the Settings->Advanced the log is stored in a file which you can view later.

Regards,
-Mat
SmartFTP

OK, Thanks for all your help. Can I put in a feature request for some way to see completed queue transfers with their logs?

Thanks,
John