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Unable to connect???

#1 Post by pirata12 » 2014-12-03 12:48

Hello every body!!!

i'm trying to connect to my FZ to upload some files to my web, but now way, i'm not able to connect, shows me an error to connect
what should I do :oops: :oops: :oops: , plaese helppppppp??????

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Re: Unable to connect???

#2 Post by boco » 2014-12-04 19:11

what should I do
Err, provide more information. A log would be best, but at least we need to know what error you get exactly.
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Re: Unable to connect???

#3 Post by Micex » 2015-02-03 14:46

I have a strange question.

I downloaded the most recent version of filezilla yesterday.
Installed and connected to my site which is on a shared hosting server.
Everything worked fine and later on I tried the server IP as instructed on my ISP welcome email. Suddenly I could not connect.
I typed the IP into the browser and I could actually see the website.

Does Filezilla ignore IP's? As far as I can remember it should accept IP's. Or was that changed in the recent versions?
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Re: Unable to connect???

#4 Post by boco » 2015-02-03 19:26

FileZilla fully supports IPs. You can enter IPv4 addresses as-is using the decimal dot notation (ex. 192.0.2.224). IPv6 addresses must be enclosed into square brackets because colons are usually used for ip:port separation (ex. [2001:db8:0:f::3]).
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