Filezilla Error When Trying To Access Server

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For several days now, I am getting an error on FileZilla. I have no idea what the problem is.

This error always pops up when I access the server to download a file. The error is as follows:

"Error: Network error: Software caused connection abort

Error: File transfer failed after transferring 55,738,368 bytes in 67 seconds

Error: Connection timed out

Error: File transfer failed after transferring 2,916,352 bytes in 139 seconds"

Error:

Network error: Software caused connection abort

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Answered By 0 points N/A #159029

Filezilla Error When Trying To Access Server

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These instructions explain you how to solve “Network error: Software caused connection abort” for FileZilla (version 3.1.6) for Windows, although other versions are similar:

1. Start the FileZilla program. If it is already running you don’t need to run it again.

2. Click Edit, then Settings in the menu bar. The "FileZilla Options" window will appear.

3. Select Connections, then FTP on the left side.

4. Choose the active option.

After changing everything, click OK. It will close the window. Now try to connect and see if it has solved the problem.

Disable your antivirus to get rid of connection timed out problem.

Answered By 0 points N/A #159030

Filezilla Error When Trying To Access Server

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It's firewall configuration Problem.

If you encounter problems using FileZilla, it is possible that a firewall on your computer or network is interfering with the connection.

Changing the "transfer mode" in the FileZilla settings will usually solve this.

Answered By 574115 points N/A #307833

Filezilla Error When Trying To Access Server

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Before, I also use FileZilla to upload content and files to my site that’s why I know the frustration every time this problem happens. Frequently, even if there is nothing wrong with your settings, error still happens. I think it’s the communication between the web server and your FileZilla client that triggers the error plus some glitches on the internet connection.

But now, I no longer upload via FTP because of the hassles. When I need to upload, I just use the file manager of the web server to upload the file manually. First, try updating to the latest version. Download the latest FileZilla Client for Windows and install it. The latest now supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 both 32-bit and 64-bit.

After updating your FileZilla client, try uploading your file again and see if it works. If you still have a problem, check your configuration again and make sure you are using the correct port number, mode, and FTP address. Most of the time, uploading with FTP is in passive mode so check with your web server if you can use the other mode.

If your computer is connected to a router, try restarting it. If the router has a power button, press it to turn it off then unplug it from the power for about 10 to 20 seconds. Try pressing any button on the router to power cycle the device. After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on.

When the router is ready, try uploading again and see if it works.

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