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So I would say that there is no intrinsic problem with your file sizes. Forgiss « on: May 11, 2010, 07:25 » 0 I have started moving my portfolio to Veer, but about 2 weeks ago, halfway through an upload, everything just stopped. ANY USE OR CHANGES TO THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS AND/OR CONFIGURATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AT THE DISCRETION OF YOUR ADMINISTRATORS AND SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH THIRD PARTY. but one by one is an awesome pain!You can upload multiples through the browser uploader...when you get to your window to choose your photos, just command click (mac) multiple files, then

I suspect that when the data transfer takes ages, Transmit is allowing the control connection to close due to time out. Go to Page: 9 Next 1 / 9 Go to Page: Argus 90 Blood Elf Hunter 3770 123 posts Argus Ignored Aug 30, 2012 (Edited) 2 Copy URL Thanks! -- bellajonez at yahoo dot co dot uk Bella Jones, Oct 24, 2005 #1 Advertisements Bonge Boo! We recommend that you engage additional expertise in order to further evaluate applicable requirements for your specific environment. https://community.rackspace.com/products/f/25/t/7195

I tied to use Transmit (on Mac) and Filezilla also, but no success. it's the 132 market closed error. Sign up now! I reported this as a bug, and they said they'd had a few reports of this.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. At least they're getting through, finally. -- bellajonez at yahoo dot co dot uk Bella Jones, Oct 26, 2005 #17 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread TruckerRon posted Oct 15, 2016 at 5:14 AM Some Details About OS 10.12.1,... I also put forward the suggested hypothesis above, but haven't heard anything back.

similar Metatrader on I-Phonewhy sometimes my EA fails to close a position?How can I remove an old version of EA? I've written FTP clients before, and I -think- I understand what's going. Am I asking in the right place? Suspect I should split the files, as Roger suggested.

Cheers, Ian Ian McCall, Oct 24, 2005 #10 Bella Jones Guest Ian McCall <> wrote: > On 2005-10-24 16:07:02 +0100, (Bella Jones) said: > > > During my last ftp There is a fault on the FTP server. Started by Sion « 1 2 All » Veer 28 Replies 8383 Views March 25, 2014, 07:58 by einstein Anybody else has a Veer phantom port problem? Let's see > what happens.

Logged melastmohican « Reply #15 on: May 11, 2010, 13:49 » 0 Even Microsoft server could be configured to use standard FTP settings. confused Are you able to upload via browser?I did have a password issue couple weeks ago and raising support ticket didn't help much, but later Veer confirmed in their blog that Messages were either 'Could not upload ', or 'Error -132- could not send file to remote host'. Transmit will handle hundreds of megs for me, but will usually report failure at the other end of it (even though it succeeded).

I've certainly had no trouble moving files of up to a gigabyte or more (there was a 2 GB file size limit in older linuxes and such) and regularly move 100 It crashes randomly. It's just odd... The server is overloaded.

Once I saw a message > > about a 'socket error'(ISTR) in the window, but not every time. > > Transmit will handle hundreds of megs for me, but will usually The server is overloaded.Set appropriate approvals in the firewall. Once I saw a message > about a 'socket error'(ISTR) in the window, but not every time. Mac Help Forums Forums > Archives > Archives > UK Macs > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity Menu

Use another FTP server or check the configuration.Set appropriate approvals in the firewall. That said, my first guess would be to check that there is enough space at the receiving end (and that you are allowed to write a file that big). Internal error Prepare configuration and data back up and contact Support.115 IP address could not be changed.

Internal error Contact support. 136 Socket could not be connected.

always exactly the same.The error I get is:425: Data channel timed out due to not meeting the minimum bandwidth requirement.Error - 132: could not send file to remote hostI am on Also could be a firewall or router problem or even your isp or FTP host. The FTP server used is not supported or not configured properly.The connection is disrupted by a firewall. so I am flumoxed Any help would be appreciated, Thanx!-----My Setup: Macbook Pro on MacOS10.6, Transmit 4, 8mb DSL Logged cathyslife Premium Member « Reply #1 on: May 11, 2010, 07:30

Connecting from a new location (so new IP) is there a white list that I need to add the IP to? My broker was unable to come up with a reason. Have you been able to upload to FTP prior to this? That's about the only other thing I can think it might be.

There was a problem enabling icloud 10/14/2016 10/15/2016 Ashik Mac! Just thought - when the firewall is off and you are ftp uploading/downloading, is that a really bad security issue? -- bellajonez at yahoo dot co dot uk Bella Jones, Then they are usually excepted. You'll need to login as one of the users on the server.

Ask Jesse Your Own Question Jesse, Mac Support Specialist Category: Mac Satisfied Customers: 2287 Experience: Life-long Apple Geek & Power User, 10+Years Apple Experience 27955634 Type Your Mac Question Here... But IIRC Forgiss has a slow internet connection. (I could be thinking of someone else...sorry if that's not true the other Sean.) Logged Forgiss « Reply #11 on: May 11, 2010, Use another FTP server or check the configuration.106 User/password incorrect. All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.

There is a fault on the FTP server. Suspect I should split the files, as Roger suggested. But they don't know why this seems to be happening around midnight. The Internet connection has been disrupted.

don't really see a corbis site running on anything else Logged MikLav « Reply #7 on: May 11, 2010, 09:48 » 0 Quote from: Forgiss on May 11, 2010, 09:43I Welcome to Mac Help where discuss anything Apple related or seek expert tech support. Ask Your Own Mac Question Customer: replied6 years ago. there is a recommended way of handling these errors, it's in the documentation: Execution errors Oops...

Can Login, Can Delete, Cannot Upload I'm seeing this problem in hundreds of posts on apple.com and other sites, but no official solution.Results of attempts to use ftp software...Transmit+"Could not upload My firewall is off and I'm using passive mode. > bloody hell big files there! > I tried several times with Transmit, but each time the first file ground > to For customer specific support issues please contact your Rackspace Support Team.READ MORE RACKSPACE MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF Unless of course they are there but corrupted somehow.

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