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|#9799||fixed||530 Critical Error User cannot log in|
Here is a brain teeser.
Status: Resolving address of MYDOMAIN.com Status: Connecting to IP_ADDRESS:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220 Microsoft FTP Service Command: USER MYUSER@… Response: 331 Password required for MYUSER@…. Command: PASS * Response: 530 User cannot log in. Error: Critical error Error: Could not connect to server
I want to point out that I've looked in other posts, and I did all the things recommended by so many problem solvers....
And here are the facts:
|#9396||outdated||530 Error Bug|
I have been using Filezilla for over 4 years now, it recently stopped working and started giving me a 530 error. I know all my credentials are correct because I never changed them. I recently purchased new web hosting for another business that I have and same error. Here are the credentials I have tried:
Host - mydomain.com, ftp.mydomain.com, ftp://mydomain.com Port - 21 Protocol - FTP Encryption - Plain FTP Logon Type - Normal User - atrivisano, atrivisano@… Password - correct password
I tried to login to my FTP server via google chrome with this:
Host - mydomain.com User - atrivisano@… Password - correct password
and it worked. Also, I tried coreFTP and it said I could not log in. I have tried setting to Active Mode and I have allowed Filezilla through my windows 8 firewall. My point of access for the internet has always been my iPhone Hotspot and has not changed.
My question is: How do I fix this because the File Manager on web hosts SUCKS...
|#5656||invalid||530 Login authentication failed|
I uploaded some documents to the FTP intending to make them available on my website. How do I make them available to the public?
Right now a window pops up and says 'Enter password for gdwf on ftp://22.214.171.124'. Is there a way to do away with the password protection? If I hit Enter I get '530 Login authentication failed' after I click on
Thanks for your help