1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 24, 2016 3:25 PM by jyoung1980

    FTP Voyager and IBM MVS z/os

    jyoung1980

      Looking on some help with this connection issue. I've tried passive mode, turned most options off and then one at a time...to troubleshoot and still no luck.

      Trying to connect to and IBM MVS through FTP Voyager and getting directory listing error.

       

      FTP Voyager - Version 16.2.0.328

      [14:15:05] STATUS> Connecting to "*.*.*.*" on port **.
      [14:15:05] STATUS> Connected to *.*.*.*:* from *.*.*.*:******.
      [14:15:05]  220-FTPD1 IBM FTP CS V1R13 at ****.********.******.*******, *:*:* on 2016-02-24.
      [14:15:05]  220 Connection will close if idle for more than 10 minutes.
      [14:15:05] COMMAND> AUTH SSL
      [14:15:06]  234 Security environment established - ready for negotiation
      [14:15:06] STATUS> SSL connection established. All transactions are now secure.
      [14:15:06] STATUS> Encryption cipher: 256 bit AES; Version: TLSv1/SSLv3.
      [14:15:06] STATUS> Connected. Logging in to the server.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> USER ********
      [14:15:06]  331 Send password please.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> PASS ***
      [14:15:06]  230 ****** is logged on.  Working directory is "******.".
      [14:15:06] STATUS> Login successful.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> SYST
      [14:15:06]  215 MVS is the operating system of this server. FTP Server is running on z/OS.
      [14:15:06] STATUS> Server supports resume.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> PBSZ 0
      [14:15:06]  200 Protection buffer size accepted
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> PROT P
      [14:15:06]  200 Data connection protection set to private
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> PWD
      [14:15:06]  257 "******.'" is working directory.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> CWD '******.'
      [14:15:06]  250 "******." is the working directory name prefix.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> PORT *,*,*,*,*,*
      [14:15:06]  200 Port request OK.
      [14:15:06] COMMAND> LIST
      [14:15:06]  550 No data sets found.
      [14:15:06] ERROR> The default directory specified for this site profile is not accessible.  Please double-check your site profile settings.  Trying to access home directory instead...