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Analog FTP access problem

Question asked by julian_hiorns on Apr 27, 2015
Latest reply on Dec 15, 2016 by JeyasudhaMuthuPerumal

I get this response (or varieties of it) when I try to access the ftp.analog.com site to download ADV7180 files with FileZilla Client on Windows 7 Pro:

 

Status:    Resolving address of ftp.analog.com

Status:    Connecting to 137.71.25.119:21...

Status:    Connection established, waiting for welcome message...

Status:    Initializing TLS...

Status:    Verifying certificate...

Status:    TLS connection established.

Status:    Server does not support non-ASCII characters.

Status:    Connected

Status:    Retrieving directory listing...

Command:    PWD

Response:    257 "/" is current directory

Command:    TYPE I

Response:    200 Transfer mode set to BINARY

Command:    PASV

Response:    227 Entering Passive Mode (137,71,25,119,234,168).

Command:    LIST

Error:    The data connection could not be established: ETIMEDOUT - Connection attempt timed out

Error:    Connection timed out after 200 seconds of inactivity

Error:    Failed to retrieve directory listing

Status:    Resolving address of ftp.analog.com

Status:    Connecting to 137.71.25.119:21...

Status:    Connection established, waiting for welcome message...

Status:    Initializing TLS...

Status:    Verifying certificate...

Status:    TLS connection established.

Status:    Server does not support non-ASCII characters.

Status:    Connected

Status:    Retrieving directory listing...

Command:    PWD

Response:    257 "/users/decoders" is current directory

Command:    TYPE I

Response:    200 Transfer mode set to BINARY

Command:    PASV

Response:    227 Entering Passive Mode (137,71,25,119,234,191).

Command:    LIST

Error:    The data connection could not be established: ETIMEDOUT - Connection attempt timed out.

 

Anyone had a similar problem and been able to fix it? I can download the files I need using the Terminal window on a Mac, but I'd rather use FileZilla Client if possible.

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