Freezes on LAN download from server with connection limits
|Reported by:||Cryptor||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Vista, 7|
Filezilla version: 3.5.3
I am connecting to two server over LAN. When I queue and process file downloads from both servers concurrently in a FZ client session, the client freezes and must be force-closed.
The servers are slightly unusual in that they are embedded servers in Topcon GPS receivers. The server software enforces a strict limit of one connection per receiver. I have configured this limitation in the Site Manager (Limit Number of Simultaneous Connections = 1).
If a subsequent connection is attempted, the receiver will return a 530 error message and disconnect. This behavior has been observed using Topcon NetG3A receivers as well as Topcon GB1000.
I have tried this using multiple client PCs (Asus netbooks, Dell desktops, laptops) using various operating systems from Vista to XP to Windows 7.
By contrast, if I open two separate filezilla client instances, and start a concurrent queue of downloads in each of these separate filezilla instances, the downloads work just fine. So this seems to point to some kind of race condition, or perhaps a connection isn't getting closed in the right order, when downloading within the same filezilla instance.
Change History (14)
comment:5 by , 8 years ago
|Component:||FileZilla Client → FileZilla Server|
|Operating system version:||Vista, 7 → Win7 x64|
|Summary:||Freezes on LAN download from server with connection limits → Freezing transfer on LAN download from Filezilla Server|
follow-up: 8 comment:6 by , 8 years ago
|Component:||FileZilla Server → FileZilla Client|
|Summary:||Freezing transfer on LAN download from Filezilla Server → Freezes on LAN download from server with connection limits|