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    Wireless FTP

    My FTP client works perfectly on my Desktop but when i try to log into my site's FTP via wireless laptop. it dosnt work. Says somthing about a socket.
    Any ideas?

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    What program are you using for FTP?
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    core ftp lite

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    Do you have any more info you can give regarding the socket error?
    Are you able to ping the FTP server from the laptop? Can you bypass the ftp client and try to connect via command line?

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    sounds like the firewall for your wireless connection is blocking FTP (I assume at the wireless router itself so login to that and have a look around)
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