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Old 12-31-2010, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default network address error

my pc crashed and since then this is what i get trying to log into my ioftpd with flashfxp

[21:17:24] [R] Data Socket Error: Connection timed out
[21:17:24] [R] List Error
[21:17:24] [R] PASV mode failed, trying PORT mode.
[21:17:24] [R] Listening on PORT: 63580, Waiting for connection.
[21:17:24] [R] PORT 192,168,0,101,248,92
[21:17:24] [R] 501 PORT command failed: Transfer to specified network address is not allowed.
[21:17:24] [R] List Error

also get this with iogui

21:07:48 wSock_Error() -> The attempt to connect timed out (10060)
21:07:48 ----------- connection closed -----------
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Old 01-01-2011, 04:24 PM   #2
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Read up on the Deny_Port_Host feature in the v7.5 entry of the ChangeLog (make sure to read point #6 as well). This is a security feature.

ioGui is a really old application and only tries to connect once when started. Most likely the server isn't up when it tried to connect, just click on the site name in ioGUI again and it should work. There is a workaround, you can create a shortcut to ioftpd-start (assuming that's how you started it) and specify a delay (I think the default is like 10 seconds). I.e. "ioftpd-start 45" would be a 45 second delay before starting ioGUI.

The DELAY feature of preloading can make the server take longer before accepting connections while it caches directories and thus increases the likelihood that ioGUI won't connect on it's first try. You could try disabling that if you enabled it.
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error, flashfxp, port, [211724], [r]

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