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    "550 Requested action not taken" with FTP action

    This week I bought an network hard drive from Iomega ( http://go.iomega.com/section?SID=1eb...60&secid=76792 ). I logged on to the admin site and created an FTP user. Then I wanted to make a connection to the hard drive, by SMB or by FTP. Both connection types are not working, I continue with FTP. When I start an FTP session I get the following result.

    aschwin@aschwin-laptop:~$ ftp 192.168.0.10
    Connected to 192.168.0.10.
    220 NET Disk FTP Server ready.
    Name (192.168.0.10:aschwin):
    331 User name okay, need password.
    Password:
    230 User logged in, proceed.
    Remote system type is UNIX.
    Using binary mode to transfer files.
    ftp> get test.png
    local: test.png remote: test.png
    200 Command okay.
    550 Requested action not taken.
    ftp> mkdir aschwin
    550 Requested action not taken.
    ftp> get hallo/test.png
    local: hallo/test.png remote: hallo/test.png
    local: hallo/test.png: No such file or directory
    ftp> get Desktop/test.doc
    local: Desktop/test.doc remote: Desktop/test.doc
    200 Command okay.
    550 Requested action not taken.
    ftp>

    Does anybody know what this means?

    Kind regards,
    Aschwin

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    Re: "550 Requested action not taken" with FTP action

    I had this same phenomenon, being very new to ftp also. The 'put' command that I was using required the destination path and filename to be specified too, unlike msdos which infers a default destination filename to be like the source filename when none other is specified.

    I hope it's obvious that I cannot promise . . . but perhaps this would work for you too.

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    Re: "550 Requested action not taken" with FTP action

    Thanks for participating.

    It's been 3 years.

    Thread closed.
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