Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2007 12:58:42 -0700
On Sat, Mar 17, 2007 at 12:20:39PM -0600, Nick Zitzmann wrote:
> Really. I'd hazard a guess there are more FTP-SSL servers out there
> that operate on port 21 than on the dedicated port... The IETF draft
> for FTP-SSL says this is OK.
Don't confuse ftps with ftp-ssl--at least when it comes to curl, the former
implies an implicit SSL connection upon socket connection (this is almost
always on port 990), whereas the latter uses a clear text initial ftp
connection with negotiation of SSL afterward (on port 21). Most ftp servers
supporting SSL these days are the latter, which means curl expects a
the --ftp-ssl option on a ftp:// URL, not an ftps:// one.
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