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|#12089||fixed||SFTP broken after version 3.46.0|
Can't use SFTP on any version after 3.20.1 to the Lenovo ix2-dl NAS.
Status: Connecting to xxx.ddns.net:1977... Response: fzSftp started, protocol_version=9 Command: open "firstname.lastname@example.org" 1977 Command: Pass: ******** Error: FATAL ERROR: Remote side sent disconnect message Error: type 11 (by application): Error: "Unsupported protocol sequence" Error: Could not connect to server
Note: 1977 port is forwarded to 22 on router.
Works fine with 3.20.1 and below. Also tested with latest versions of other ftp clients such as CyberDuck and FireFTP and they work fine.
|#12705||rejected||WebDav error :-(|
I have reported it several times, but success remains out. Not only unfortunate but also disappointing. I have to use WinSCP (PC) and SolidExplorer (Android, tablet) to log in to my provider (Ziggo, Netherlands) with the Webdav protocol. FilezillaPro always generates the error message "too many redirections". This is due to FilezillaPro, because I use the same data and settings as with WinSCP and Solidexplorer. Logging in with these apps goes without a hitch. I tried everything with Filezilla Pro, but nothing helps. I thought I'd make another attempt here, before I throw off Filezilla Pro
|#12714||duplicate||Interpretation problem and commands|
You closed my ticket too early. Your conclusion is not correct.
One last response:
In your reply (1), you totally fail to indicate why I do manage to log in to my provider, upload files and download files using the other software (PC) and app (Android). If it is a provider problem, then this should not be possible with the other software and app either.
It is a FilezillaPro problem. I am happy to remove it from my PC, because I am completely done with it.
Have a nice day.
... Thanks for your reply. So the issue is not being able to log in (= getting folders) to my provider. I am using the same data/settings as with WinScp (PC) and Solidexplorer (Android). Filezilla Pro generates an error message. Also -eventually- specifying the external path/folder does not help. Already tried *everything*. Again: WinScp and Solidexplorer do not give any problems. I have to use Winscp next to FilezillaPro. A pity and not very convenient either.
(1) Your answer:
This definitely is a server-side issue. A textbook example of a redirect loop. You need to contact your server administrator or server hosting provider for assistance.