5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 1, 2012 2:31 AM by X423424X
yayayuyi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I can't use the Safari to get into some school website ,such as ftp://10.10.192.163

How can i do that?

  • 1. Re: some question about  using  safari
    varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,765 points)

    Provide more details, both of your configuration and the problem, and perhaps someone can offer suggestions. Your link works for me in Safari, at least to the point where I'm asked for login credentials.

     

    Regards.

  • 2. Re: some question about  using  safari
    yayayuyi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    my safari belongs to  version 5.1.3

    some commonly website,such as baidu ,google,yahoo etc which i can surf them.But i can't get into  some shcool websites ,which just for the students who study here.For example ,ftp://10.10.240.163 and ftp://10.10.192.163 and so on.

  • 3. Re: some question about  using  safari
    varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,765 points)

    Again, post details about the problem. When you don't say what happened when you attempt to connect to those sites, it's largely impossible for anyone to offer suggestions. And we still need to know what version of Mac OS X your computer is running.

  • 4. Re: some question about  using  safari
    yayayuyi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    the version of Mac OS X  is  10.7.3

  • 5. Re: some question about  using  safari
    X423424X Level 6 Level 6 (14,190 points)

    yayayuyi wrote:

     

    my safari belongs to  version 5.1.3

    some commonly website,such as baidu ,google,yahoo etc which i can surf them.But i can't get into  some shcool websites ,which just for the students who study here.For example ,ftp://10.10.240.163 and ftp://10.10.192.163 and so on.

     

    I suspect you have the url's (web addresses) wrong.  I wouldn't think they would have a ftp: protocol designation but http: or https: instead.  Generally ftp is used for retrieving data from a source not viewing web pages.

     

    FWIW, I just tried those IPs with http: and https: and all I got was a spinning cursor (using Firefox).  So either those IP addresses are wrong (but not wrong enough to error out) or the server associated with those IPs was down or hung at the time I tried it.  I think (a) you need to verify those url's and (b) why are these url's using IP numbers and not some kind of pathname for DNS lookup?