Reply To: Converted Thin to 0 won't grab wnos.ini config file

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dragon6687
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Yes, it looks like they are looking at the same place. According to the FTP logs it looks as though the converted client is actually seeing and attempting to access and read the wnos.ini config file, but then disconnects and fails. I’m beginning to wonder if it’s something in the config file that’s causing the system to refuse to load it?

Here is the FTP logs, 10.10.50 is a working Xenith, 10.10.0 is my converted client:

Xenith
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 USER anonymous 331 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 PASS -guest@wyse.com 230 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b /
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 TYPE I 200 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 SIZE /wnos/xen.ini 213 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b /wnos/xen.ini
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 MdTm /wnos/xen.ini 213 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b /wnos/xen.ini
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 PASV – 227 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 49767 DataChannelOpened – – 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 49767 DataChannelClosed – – 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 RETR /wnos/xen.ini 226 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b /wnos/xen.ini
2016-04-01 12:06:20 10.10.50.130 – 10.10.1.202 21 ControlChannelClosed – – 0 0 76be0e4d-a8c0-4918-bc40-bd9c4b57675b –

Converted Thin
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 ControlChannelOpened – – 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 USER anonymous 331 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 PASS -guest@wyse.com 230 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 /
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 TYPE I 200 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 SIZE /wnos/wnos.ini 550 2 3 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 /wnos/wnos.ini
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 CWD /wnos/wnos.ini 550 2 3 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 /wnos/wnos.ini
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 PASV – 227 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 49809 DataChannelOpened – – 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 49809 DataChannelClosed – – 2 3 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 RETR /wnos/wnos.ini 550 2 3 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 /wnos/wnos.ini
2016-04-01 12:43:26 10.10.0.21 – 10.10.1.202 21 ControlChannelClosed – – 0 0 33b6d5d0-c9d7-44ae-bf70-524cc40b17e4 –