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#11873 rejected Filezilla can no longer connect to John Bond

I have used Filezilla in the past to ftp to's ftp site.I believe that the change in Mozilla ftp server prevents Filezilla from connecting to it now. I didn't put a wireshark packet trace on it but I can if needed to support this ticket. I'm not sure if the mozilla change makes this a feature request or just a bug.

#11870 fixed Version 3.41.0 unusably slow brusselsshrek

I upgraded today to 3.41 (64-bit windows) and it is unusably slow. I estimate it is at least 100 times slower than earlier versions. For example, I regularly need to replace a complete subdirectory tree on the server and it usually takes less than second or so. With 3.41 it was taking longer than 10 minutes and barely made an impact, I gave up.

I also see that I cannot just jump from one directory to another, since I now get warnings that a directory synchronisation is taking place.

I wasn't sure that it was Filezilla the problem (maybe a network issue or a million other things), so I downgraded to 3.40 and all was good again. I then tried to reinstall 3.41 and all was slow again. I have now gone back to 3.40 until this gets fixed.

I am a long time user and big fan of Filezilla.

#11867 fixed Timeout on directory listing following update to 3.41.0 Trent

I updated the FileZilla client to 3.41.0 this morning and am experiencing an issue during the directory retrieval process on 1 particular server. I regularly connect to about 12 different FTP servers on a daily basis and this is the only one giving me any issue.

Because of the sensitivity of information, I have obfuscated the host name, IP, username, and password in this public post. Happy to PM it to a tech for analysis if needed.

Status: Resolving address of Status: Connecting to #.#.#.#:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220 Command: AUTH TLS Response: 500 AUTH not understood Command: AUTH SSL Response: 500 AUTH not understood Status: Insecure server, it does not support FTP over TLS. Command: USER * Response: 331 Password required for * Command: PASS Response: 230 User * logged in Status: Server does not support non-ASCII characters. Status: Logged in Status: Retrieving directory listing of "/ZZZ Mr Master/CDN Files delivered"... Command: CWD /ZZZ Mr Master/CDN Files delivered Response: 250 CWD command successful Command: TYPE I Response: 200 Type set to I Command: PASV Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode. (#,#,#,#,68,229) Command: MLSD Response: 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for MLSD Error: Connection timed out after 20 seconds of inactivity Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing

I have tried removing the remote directory that I am specifying in the site manager to land into, have tried forcing passive and active mode rather than auto-detect, have tried forcing UTF-8 instead of auto-detect, have tried checking bypass proxy, and have tried ALL available server types rather than auto-detect.

So far nothing has worked.

I can confirm that if I connect to this site from the command prompt ftp in windows 10 I am able to successfully connect and retrieve a directory listing.

I have inquired from the host as to what OS, FTP server, and version they are running to try to get more information. I'll update this ticket as I get more info.

I am certainly not alone as another user entered the IRC channel a little while ago with the identical issue, but he left before I was able to ask any questions.

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