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#1 Haz567

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Posted 23 September 2007 - 07:38 AM

I recently set up FlashFXP v 3.4.0 with a crossover cable to try and FTP files back and forth from my XBOX, and i managed to get it to work. Just one problem.

For some reason i cannot comprehend, certain files will copy with no trouble at speeds of about 600 kb/s. However, certain files will greet me with this -

[L]TYPE A
[L]200 Type set to ASCII
[L]Listening on PORT: Waiting for connection.
[L]PORT ............
[L]200 Port command ok
[L]LIST -al
[L]150 Opening ASCII connection for ls /foldername
[L]226 free disk space under this directory :
[L]List Complete: 723 bytes in 0.89 seconds (0.8 KB/s)
[L]Transfer queue completed this.
1 File failed to transfer

I can't transfer specific files for some reason. I can have any given file on my PC which will copy to the Xbox with no trouble but then i will find ones that keep giving me error messages every single time i've tried to copy it. I've tried to isolate the problem, and have determined that it is not FlashFXP inherent.

Webdrive gives me this -

Unable to upload \F\1.jpg
Error=426 Connection closed, file opening failed.
|A backup of this file has been create|

Filezilla -

Status: Starting upload of E:\1.jpg
Status: Retrieving directory listing...
Command: PASV
Response: 502 pasv is not implemented.
Command: PORT 192,168,0,2,14,203
Response: 200 Port command ok.
Command: LIST
Response: 150 Opening ASCII data connection for ls /F/Music Videos/.
Response: 226 free disk space under this directory : 10.504.781.824
Command: PASV
Response: 502 pasv is not implemented.
Command: PORT 192,168,0,2,14,204
Response: 200 Port command ok.
Command: STOR (1.jpg)
Response: 426 Connection closed , file opening failed.

I am running Evolution X as my dashboard, and cannot understand this problem. If anyone could shed some light i would be grateful. smile.gif

Edited by Haz567, 23 September 2007 - 07:41 AM.





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