ftp fail connection help

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    anyone know why this is happening ?
     

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    have you had ftp working before or is this the first time you have tried? if you havent had it working before, try sending a smaller file to test.

    some things to try:
    if the ps3 is connecting to wifi, try a wired connection.
    try a different server (webman mod, multiman, rebug toolbox, blackbox, openps3ftp). they are available from here.
     
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    First time & i got multiman & webman ill try them .. for webman do i just run the server like multi n rebug ?
     
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    webman server runs all the time unless you turn it off. that maybe the problem--two servers running at the same time. to try with webman just turn on ps3 (if using hen enable it) and dont start multiman/toolbox etc. see if you can connect and ftp. for some of the servers you may need to change the password (in filezilla) to "ftpd12345"
     
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    It looks like you are using filezilla. You should be able to set the # of transfers down to anywhere between 3-6 which helps stability and speed. As said before, don't run multiman/webman at same time. Webman-mod can do that alone, and two apps fighting for the same port will cause issues. If you are transferring a large file, your best bet is to ensure that the PS3 is WIRED and not using the wireless. PS3 wireless is ALRIGHT....but it's not fast by any means. You will notice exponentially better speeds of transfer on wired (especially with the # transfer tweak in prefs).

    The reality is, that an external drive is faster for transferring files than the network, but the network transfer is just soooooo convenient, lol :)
     
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