10-23-2009 06:46 PM
use upload.comcast.net for a stand alone ftp client.
Some web authoring programs with built in ftp might use ftp://upload.comcast.net.
Windows built in ftp client also uses ftp://upload.comast.net
11-04-2011 09:26 AM
I've tried that logon addy and its not working, I am using my old program cute ftp 4.2 I don't understand the one that comcast gives you. Can you help?
11-04-2011 11:42 AM
Worked just now for me from a command line FTP on my Mac.
username: your Comcast username without the @comcast.net
password: your Comcast password
If it isn't working, post more details.
11-15-2013 08:13 PM
If you are using an ftp client, most of them use upload.comcast.net without the ftp:// because they are designed to connect to an ftp server. Web page software might use either upload.comcast.net or ftp://upload.comcast.net. Most use upload.comcast.net but Microsoft products like Frontpage or windows built in ftp client use ftp://upload.comcast.net.
11-15-2013 08:24 PM
Your pages space must be enabled to be able to use FTP. About a year ago (?) Comcast removed the mechanism to enable and disable web pages. So if you don't already have them, you can't use them.
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