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Re: NCFTP and IPV6.



Ed Greshko wrote:
John Summerfield wrote:
William F. Acker WB2FLW +1-303-722-7209 wrote:
Hi all,

     In F7, ncftp-3.2.0 would gladly use the IPV6 address of a host if
offered.  In F8, ncftp-3.2.1 ignores the v6 address in favor of the v4
address.  I understand that a patch is required.  Does anyone know if
it will be added as errata in the lifetime of F8?
I thought ncftp had died. I used it as far back as my OS/2, but about
ncftp 3.x I think it was it was changed incompatibly and became less
useful to me.

These days I use lftp as my preferred ftp client. I think it's part of
the default set.

I'm sorry, I have to ask.

How does that being to answer the OP's question?  I mean it doesn't even say
that lftp does what the OP wants.  Some folks may consider that answer
almost as bad as a poorly formed question.


I'm sure Bill will ask for clarification if he needs it.

I don't know whether it does IP6 because I don't use IP6 and don't even know where to go to test it. However, Bill's a capable fellow and well able to install it and try it.

Functionally, ncftp and lftp do a pretty similar job.


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John

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