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#1 robn77

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 09:14 PM

I started having problems with FTP'ing today when transfering files between two remote browsers.

I rebooted, uninstalled, installed the 2.5.1008.39, rebooted again and the problem still happens.

I generated the crash file and uploaded it:

http://rapidshare.co...75868/Crash.zip

This happens on both my laptop and desktop running XP Pro.

Let me know if you see anything.

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 09:23 PM

Confirmed. Bug fix coming.

#3 robn77

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 09:37 PM

Confirmed. Bug fix coming.


Good, thought I was losing my mind... Worked the other day.

Have something to do with the latest Windows update?

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 10:06 PM

Hello ..

Please try it again with the latest version:
http://www.smartftp....get/SFTPNSI.exe

It was our fault and it's not related to the recent Windows updates.

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 10:48 PM

Hello ..

Please try it again with the latest version:
http://www.smartftp....get/SFTPNSI.exe

It was our fault and it's not related to the recent Windows updates.

Regards,
Mat


Cannot seem to log onto one of my machines to do the file transfer, I keep getting a timeout:

[17:43:54] SmartFTP v2.5.1008.40
[17:43:54] Resolving host name "192.168.0.52"
[17:43:54] Connecting to 192.168.0.52 Port: 3105
[17:43:54] Connected to 192.168.0.52.
[17:43:54] 220 Mfs_Ftp ver 1.2.9p - {sock16} from "192.168.0.101:1872"
[17:43:54] USER anonymous
[17:44:05] 331 User name okay, need password.
[17:44:05] PASS (hidden)
[17:44:05] 230 Running in TiVo Mode.
[17:44:05] SYST
[17:44:05] 215 UNIX
[17:44:05] Detected Server Type: UNIX
[17:44:05] FEAT
[17:44:05] 502 Command not implemented "FEAT"
[17:44:05] TYPE I
[17:44:05] 200 Type set to I
[17:44:05] REST 0
[17:44:05] 350 Restart okay, awaiting file request.
[17:44:05] PWD
[17:44:05] 257 "/" is current directory.
[17:44:16] CWD /tmf
[17:44:16] 250 Directory change successful.
[17:44:16] PWD
[17:44:16] 257 "/tmf" is current directory.
[17:44:16] TYPE A
[17:44:16] 200 Type set to I
[17:44:16] PORT 192,168,0,101,7,81
[17:44:16] 200 PORT command successful.
[17:44:16] LIST -aL
[17:44:16] 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list.
[17:44:28] Transfer Timeout (120s). Closing data connection.
[17:44:28] 0 bytes transferred. (0 bytes/s) (00:00:12)
[17:44:53] 226 Transfer complete.
[17:45:02] PORT 192,168,0,101,7,82
[17:45:02] 200 PORT command successful.
[17:45:02] LIST -aL
[17:45:02] 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list.
[17:45:14] Transfer Timeout (120s). Closing data connection.
[17:45:14] 0 bytes transferred. (0 bytes/s) (00:00:12)
[17:45:38] 226 Transfer complete.
[17:45:56] PORT 192,168,0,101,7,83
[17:45:56] 200 PORT command successful.
[17:45:56] LIST -aL
[17:45:56] 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list.
[17:46:08] Transfer Timeout (120s). Closing data connection.
[17:46:08] 0 bytes transferred. (0 bytes/s) (00:00:12)

#6 mb

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 11:06 PM

Hello

This has nothing to do with the bug report. Please use the public support forum for p2p technical support or if you have a license the premium support forum.

Thank you
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SmartFTP

#7 robn77

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Posted 13 February 2008 - 11:06 PM

It might be the TiVo that is causing the issue. I rebooted the TiVo and it still had the same problem. I installed the latest version on the Desktop PC (I originally did it on the Laptop) and it gave me the same error a few times and then it finally started the transfer.

Let me see if the issue continues.

I will post on the public support forum if it does.

Thanks!

Edited by robn77, 13 February 2008 - 11:08 PM.