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#20779 5-Apr-2008 20:19
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HIYAs

Relatively stupid question, however Iam going to ask anyway  (since the vodafone help wont help me at all)

What are the settings required for me to FTP to the homepages.ihug.co.nz  server?

Anyone know of a decent FTP program for MAC OSX?

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  #121385 5-Apr-2008 21:12
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The service is described as "webspace". Even though Vodafone/ihug new website says there are tutorials, there aren't any.

If you search their help if you find this not so helpful page. Try following the instructions and email the address for support...




 

 

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  #121390 5-Apr-2008 21:28
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Better check this out before it disappears from Google's cache.




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  #121395 5-Apr-2008 21:47
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Hmm...

The page for Internet Services > Webspace seems to be from the yester-year:



That link for "online tutorials to help you" never got put out there... which by going through the Internet Archive, goes here.




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  #121398 5-Apr-2008 21:56
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Thanks Tony and Manhinli 
The cached page was great. 
I was using a program called transmit.... and it told me incorrect login name on server... weird.

Will try the duck ! 

Cheers guys.

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  #121399 5-Apr-2008 22:11
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Hi Gooseybhai

Try this:

Server: ftp://homepages.ihug.co.nz
Username: same as your internet one
Password: this is not the same as the internet one. If you don't know it then you'll need to contact the helpdesk to have it reset.

Here is the link for more information (not the ihug website):

http://web.archive.org/web/20070819094739/www.ihug.co.nz/help/general/guide/homepages/uploading_homepages.html

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#121400 5-Apr-2008 22:15
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Cheers everyone....
my memory of 1998 has returned and I can now see whats been hiding in my homepages site!

thanks heaps....

heres to a renewed interest.... CHEERS

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  #121405 5-Apr-2008 22:30
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so,  anyone know where I can clue myself up on creating password protected FTP access and/or a protected download area?
Are there any utils/programs that can simplify this?

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Gooseybhai: so, anyone know where I can clue myself up on creating password protected FTP access and/or a protected download area?
Are there any utils/programs that can simplify this?

cheers



Umm... isn't the connection to the Vodafone/ihug server already password protected?




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  #121415 5-Apr-2008 22:46
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Multiple users
AKA  One Administrator and 7 users
The 7 users can use the same login/password

Therefore  2 logins required.




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  #121416 5-Apr-2008 22:47
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im most likley to find the answer somewhere in these forums...
heheh

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