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by screece
2007-11-26 16:51
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing
Replies: 51
Views: 142418

Re: Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing

Hi Smyslov: I am having a similar problem, but with Active mode. Everything works great with the CoreFTP client and most other folks using v2/3 of FileZilla. I am seeing a line item in the logging events that seems to be pointed back to the IP of the client instead of the server: Command: PORT 10,33...
by screece
2007-10-03 17:00
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: 3.0.1 Client
Replies: 6
Views: 2585

More info...

Hello:
Thanks for your replies. Where could I find more info on the difference between the two? Tried Wiki but didn't get what I'm looking for.

Thanks,
Stephen
by screece
2007-10-03 15:27
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: 3.0.1 Client
Replies: 6
Views: 2585

Ahhhh

OK, my apologies. I see what you mean now. The transfers work if I go through the site manager instead of entering the info directly into the main screen. My next questions is what the difference is between the simultaneous connections setting in the Transfer Setting tab of the Site Manager and the ...
by screece
2007-10-03 12:34
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: 3.0.1 Client
Replies: 6
Views: 2585

Broken Server?

The server is not broken. Multiple people can be in the server, limited to one session per account. The problem is that in v3 of FileZilla, when you try to transfer a file it tells you that there are too many users, despite the fact that you are already logged in. However, when you click the disconn...
by screece
2007-10-02 18:18
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: 3.0.1 Client
Replies: 6
Views: 2585

3.0.1 Client

Hello: I am running Serv-U 6.4.0.4 on an FTP server. Passive mode must be disabled for connection to work. Using the FileZilla 2.X client with passive mode disabled, connections and up/downloads work fine. With the new 3.0.1 client, I am able to log in and browse the remote directory listing. When I...