Did you read the Network Configuration
Hi botg - thanks for the reply.
I did read that section and made all the settings match what it indicated, but there are some things I do not understand, due to my computer illiteracy:
"Just make sure FileZilla Server is allowed to establish outgoing connections to arbitrary ports, since the client controls which port to use. For the local end of the connection, FileZilla Server tries to use a port one less than that of the control connection (e.g. port 20 if server is listening on port 21). However this is not always possible, so don't rely on it."
I can't find anywhere in the server settings where you can choose to establish connection on arbitrary ports. The only place I find ports mentioned at all is under Edit/Settings/General Settings/Connection settings/Listen on these ports. It will not allow me to enter a range of ports, only a single port number.When I enter a range, click "Okay" and then check it again, it only shows the first port in that range.
Another one I don't understand:"Set your firewall to allow incoming connections on all ports greater than 1024."
Far as I can tell, my firewall does not have any option to do this. I set the firewall in the Network Connections folder and through my Symantec interface to allow connections through the Filezilla ftp client & server. Nowhere can I find any way to specify the ports specifically.
I've spent hours trying every combination of passive/active, static/dynamic IP, etc., that I can find and still the results are the same error messages.