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FTP Error 12007 & Http, Https Error 12007

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by cindyr58, Jan 31, 2012.

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  1. cindyr58

    cindyr58 Thread Starter

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    I'm not exactly sure how to use the forum so please have patients with me
    I'm having problems getting on to the internet with my Dell Inspiron E1505 Laptop. Here's
    the the problem area's but I don't know how to go about fixing it

    FTP (passive) & (active)Error 12007 connecting to FTP Microsoft.com the server named address couldn't be found.
    Http:, Https (passive) & (active) Error 12007 server named address couldn't be found.
    There's no problem with my wireless connection the problem's getting the communication between wireless and inot my computer I think . Could you please help me with this problem.

    Thanks Cindy Reid :(
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Where do you see those messages?

    Try an FTP client. Security makes FTP hard to use in explorer/iexplore and a client is much easier. Or are you getting these errors in a command line?

    Have you opened your firewall for FTP? Can you not find an HTTP source for your file?
     
  3. cindyr58

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    How do open firewall for ftp I can't find the http source for my file
     
  4. cindyr58

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    I ran a system scan that's where I found those error's listed
     
  5. Elvandil

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    A "system scan" with what?

    Are you saying that you don't have any problems except that some scan says that you do?
     
  6. cindyr58

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    Through the help and support from Dell that come preinstalled on my computer I have tried that command prompt all I know is that I worked with RoadRunner and they determined that there seems to be a problem involving DHCP Ftp, Http, Https, both active and passive thats about all I can tell you. I will try and send you a copy of the results of the scan
     
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    pop-server.triad.rr.com/stmp.server.triad.rr.com (failed)
    InBoundMailServer= 110 InBoundMailType= POP3
    Unable to connect to pop-server.triad.tt.com port 110
    OutBoundMailPort= 25
    OutBoundMailServer= smtp-server.triad.rr.com (failed)
    OutBoundMailType= SMTP
    Unable to connect to stmp-server.triad.rr.com port 25
    Default Outlook Express News Not Configured
    Internet Explorer Web Proxy Not Configured
    And All so in the command prompt
     
  8. cindyr58

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    I'm not able to access the internet at all
     
  9. cindyr58

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    are you going to help me ? Please let me know
     
  10. cindyr58

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    I was able to fix this myself by backing up my programs I'm now able to acces the internet on my laptop. You may want to use this info to help someone else with the same problem I had.
     
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