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#11804 fixed Could not connect to server missionb

Unable to connect to the server. The problem happened when I was adding additional data. Websites are not working now. I need help asap !!

Status: Connection attempt failed with "ETIMEDOUT - Connection attempt timed out". Error: Could not connect to server Status: Waiting to retry... Status: Connecting to Status: Connection attempt failed with "ETIMEDOUT - Connection attempt timed out". Error: Could not connect to server

#11802 rejected Version 3.38 does not allow uploads or downloads Horst Schulze

I updated on the new version then connecting to 1und1 Ionos Server. I can see the liste of my files. Then trying to up or download gives me an error of connection. Status: Verbinde mit Antwort: fzSftp started, protocol_version=8 Befehl: open "pxxxxx@…" 22 Befehl: Pass: Fehler: Authentifizierung fehlgeschlagen. Fehler: Kritischer Fehler: Herstellen der Verbindung zum Server fehlgeschlagen

I imported the xml file and also did changes by hand: same result. deinstall the version and install an older version: No problems again update on new version with FileZilla_3.38.1_win64-setup.exe: again the problem arrives. Getting support from IONOS: No problem visible.

So it seems that there is a problem with filezilla.

Sorry, I'mnot sure of the difference between server and client. So I post it in Other

#11801 fixed openstack swift login claims the identity server did not return a token David

I purchased Filezilla Pro so I could test out connectivity to our Openstack Swift storage ( we host three clusters around the world for our end users). I immediately run into an issue. We use Openstack Swift with the keystone identity service, with v2.0 being our standard identity protocol.

When I entered my project (aka tenent) and username and then hit connect, I got the following output:

00:47:34 Status: Resolving address of 00:47:34 Status: Connecting to 00:47:34 Status: Connection established, initializing TLS... 00:47:34 Status: Verifying certificate... 00:47:34 Status: TLS connection established, sending HTTP request 00:47:35 Status: Resolving address of 00:47:35 Status: Connecting to x.x.x.x:443... 00:47:35 Status: Connection established, initializing TLS... 00:47:35 Status: Verifying certificate... 00:47:35 Status: TLS connection established, sending HTTP request 00:47:35 Command: POST /v2.0/tokens HTTP/1.1 00:47:35 Command: Connection: close 00:47:35 Command: Content-Length: 110 00:47:35 Command: Content-Type: application/json 00:47:35 Command: Host: 00:47:35 Command: User-Agent: FileZilla/3.38.1 00:47:35 Response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK 00:47:35 Response: Server: nginx/1.10.3 (Ubuntu) 00:47:35 Response: Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 08:47:35 GMT 00:47:35 Response: Content-Type: application/json 00:47:35 Response: Content-Length: 1508 00:47:35 Response: Connection: close 00:47:35 Response: Vary: X-Auth-Token 00:47:35 Response: X-Distribution: Ubuntu 00:47:35 Response: x-openstack-request-id: req-f760215c-4537-4ea8-8b17-05aca427fc 00:47:35 Error: Identity service did not return an auth token

If I typo the API KEY ( aka password) , I get 401. With all correct details, I get 200 OK as above, but it claims not to have a token, but it is returned. I've used Wireshark with the SSL decryption to confirm this.

The following JSON response was sent to Filezilla (I have changed the values but none of the keys ):

{"access": {"token": {"issued_at": "2018-11-20T08:28:45.000000Z", "expires": "2018-11-20T09:28:45.000000Z", "id": “blahbljbkgjbaekjrbgklaebgkjebgkjerbgejrkbgjkebgejkbg", "tenant": {"description": null, "enabled": true, "id": "6a4d4ca0536240a1b982391c88f0ec68", "name": “example"}, "audit_ids": [“Yrad3a_yx1e3l34"]}, "serviceCatalog": [{"endpoints": [{"adminURL": "", "region": "LAX", "internalURL": "", "id": "ccb6cd9aba0f452db42b3d4f4a2c049e", "publicURL": ""}], "endpoints_links": [], "type": "object-store", "name": "swift"}, {"endpoints": [{"adminURL": "", "region": "LAX", "internalURL": "", "id": "4213934b23294a96b2b8c553dcf00551", "publicURL": ""}], "endpoints_links": [], "type": "identity", "name": "keystone"}], "user": {"username": “david", "roles_links": [], "id": "4fae2db21d492881a68e4fe", "roles": [{"name": "_member_"}, {"name": "SwiftOperator"}], "name": “david"}, "metadata": {"is_admin": 0, "roles": ["9fe2ff9ee4384b1894a90878", "f3cdc7048c9945c56e108372"]}}}

'access' => 'tokens' => 'id' is the path to the valid token that would be accepted by swift for future requests ( as X-Auth-Token).

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