rc3675, thank you for taking the time to reply.
FTP authentication mode was already set to "user". I can't remember if I tried when it was set to the default "anonymous" setting. However, having an open FTP server on a NAS that is left on most of the time is not very useful in my opinion.
First of all, the ready NAS remote peer-2-peer server is authenticating correctly as I'm able to login using my credentials.
When I change the port on the FTP server setting in the NAS configuration (frontview?) to anything other than the default 21 (for listening), I get "ftp connection error" on my Android device. So this leads me to believe that for iPhone and Android clients, you need to use port 21, correct? The PC client seems to work fine on any port, however.
BUT when using port 21 for FTP, instead of getting "ftp connection error" It looks like it is about to work, then I simply get this error "221 Goodbye" What does that mean?
Again, the strange thing is that when I try any old FTP client on the same Android device, I can access the NAS shares no problem, on whatever port I choose to set in the NAS FTP settings.
Has anyone got the Remote client to work on Android?
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on Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:45 pm, edited 2 times in total.