Feb 26 2004, 04:46 PM
Hi, I am using FlashFXP & I have tryed other programs. Sometimes it will connect sometimes it wont. When it connects everythings fine untill I try uploading to it.. It hangs, then eventually the connection will drop. Any idea what could be wrong? Thanks.
PASV mode is DISABLED
The XBOX downloads fine(shoutcast, etc)
I can upload to the XBOX with the PC XBOX Music Mixer program fine
Feb 26 2004, 04:49 PM
are your pc runing some sort of anti virus stuff??
are you running other software ??
MR Ed probably knows
Feb 26 2004, 04:49 PM
Are You Runing Any Kind Of Firewall ¿ If Yes Try To Turn It Of And Re-Try It.
Or Check This Guide
Feb 26 2004, 04:50 PM
What are you trying to upload to your xbox. It may be that the file name is not compatible with the FATX formating of the xbox HDD. Or you may be out of space on that partition.
Feb 26 2004, 04:52 PM
No firewall, No 3rd party software. I'm not new either. I'm just puzzled why it's doing this. It's not only when I upload whenever i send any type of command to mess with the XBOX it does it. MKDIR, SEND, anything like that really. It's not the XBOX, because I've tryed other XBOX's and the same thing happens. Except with the other one I tryed I couldn't connect period.
Feb 26 2004, 06:12 PM
Any other helpers?
Feb 26 2004, 06:15 PM
Did You Try To Reboot ¿ Always Works With Windows Lol Lol
Feb 26 2004, 06:25 PM
Uh yeah I think I would try rebooting by now.
Sometimes it works, most of the time it doesnt. When I try making directorys, it freezes up, and then takes forever for the FTP to connect again.
I can download/upload files though when it DOES connect.
Feb 26 2004, 07:01 PM
Update:! It will connect to the FTP every now and then & be fine for about 20 seconds, then the connection dies. If i try making a directory, it dies right then. If it dies, I have to reboot a few times and/or switch the connection TO DHCP to make it work again... Anyone know how I can fix this problem? It's not the XBOX I've tryed a few different XBOX's.. & I tryed 2 different Ethernet cables Thanks!
Feb 26 2004, 08:04 PM
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Feb 27 2004, 01:05 PM
Feb 27 2004, 01:13 PM
Now I'm not the modding enous, obviously, but I never got flash to work at all. Everything installed properly and I followed the guides word for word, but it would never connect for some reason or would connect and then drop me after a few seconds.
I don't know if you've tried Cuteftp yet, but it has worked flawlessly for me. I have never had a single problem connecting and the only time it drops you is if you're inactive for 60 seconds. Hope this helps
Feb 27 2004, 01:15 PM
What version of FlashFXP are you running? With the older version, while trying to list directories or connect. It's dropped on me (Not Xbox in particular, but xbins for example would). After I upgraded to V2.1 924 It worked fine. Perhaps that is part of the problem. Try it out, couldn't hurt.
Feb 27 2004, 05:29 PM
No the problem persists in Windows Explorer and Command Prompt.
Feb 27 2004, 07:37 PM
Sounds like a hardware issue... bad network cables or network card. How is your network set up? PC and xbox both hooked into a router? ICS?
I agree, its happening to me too. Hardware is fine (multiple cables/PCs/Notebooks etc)
I tried MKD and mkdir. command not implemented? seems like an issue with the ftp server in evox?
List Complete: 56 bytes in 0.08 (0.05 KBps)
553 Requested action not taken.
257 "/F/" is current directory
200 Type set to ASCII.
200 Port command ok.
150 Opening ASCII data connection for ls /F/.
226-free disk space under this directory : 126.291.706.216
226 Transfer finished successfully. Data connection closed.
List Complete: 56 bytes in 0.07 (0.05 KBps)
502 mkdir is not implemented.
Connection lost: 192.168.1.2
Whoever wrote the "newbies guide to everything'
in section bbb3
said to create an apps dir in f:
doesnt like mkdir etc there. just do it in e: instead of f: and mkdir etc works
Mar 5 2004, 12:29 PM
How is your network set up? Are you using wireless network cards? If so, you may have a bad signal. When I first started using the MS wireless adapter to connect my xbox to my network, I had similiar problems with intermitent connections. I moved the wireless network around to make sure that the xbox was closer to the access point and everything was fine. The MS wireless adapter is a 802.11G adapter and though you can transfer at greater speeds, the wavelength of the signal is much smaller and therefore can not go as far. It also does not go through walls very good either. My PC has a 802.11b adapter it I get great signals but slow speeds and my xbox gets great speed but bad signals. Just a few thoughts.
Mar 5 2004, 12:58 PM
One other thought.. Try using Avalaunch as your FTP Server.. Before you go nuts trying to reconfig your network.
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