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Re: adobe io runtime closed ports
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- Adobe I/O Cloud Extensibility
Hi Mihai, Right, if we connect to port 21 or 22 from a local Node.js environment we have no problem. Trying to connect to this FTP with port 22 from the Adobe IO runtime the output is a TIMEOUT: Thanks!

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Hi Mihai, First of all, thank's for your answer. The FTP we want to access is the Adobe customer attributes FTP. We are currently working on an automation that retrieves data from a third party tool(BigQuery) and loads it to Adobe Target. We should be able to automate the data upload that was done manually with an automated process at a Project Firefly application. I see in this link https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/core-services/interface/customer-attributes/t-upload-attributes-ftp.html?...

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Good team!The problem I am trying to solve is the following:From adobe io runtime we are deploying an app. One of its functions is to take a certain document and upload it to FTP. The problem we are encountering is that as indicated in this link https://adobedocs.github.io/adobeio-runtime/resources/faq.html#what-ports-are-open, certain ports are not open, including port 21 which is the one with which I must access the FTP. How can we solve this problem? I am using the BASIF FTP client for Node.j...

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