But the "server is down or not accepting connection" does not sound good. Error messages returned are very helpful. Used the same specs to set up FileZilla and we can upload using that program, I save them in a protected file because I have to reload them every so often. Julie says: Comment posted on 02/20/13 @ 2:59 pm Thanks Diane What I mean by - nothing has changed- is that Ive not changed any of the settings or changed anything my review here
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. In Dreamweaver, in the Site definition (in the Advanced tab), the HTTP address should be something like this: http://yoursite.com/public_html/ or http://yoursite.com/www/ or http://yoursite.com/htdocs/ Normally, you can find this info simply by Lots to understand to have great connectivity. But, there are a few circumstances when I prefer having DW upload my files, so this "fix" hardly impacts my workflow. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/486277
I tried with the first three characters and with their provied numbers, but still no connection. I am on the verge of returning to the simpler trouble free Plesk.Click to expand... Once you are there type ls -l command. Steve Douglas says: Comment posted on 05/29/09 @ 11:07 am Thank you thank you thank you!
The password criteria has changed and it makes you include all the elements when you change it. I do not have a router or any type firewall, nothing has changed on my computer, noting downloaded or added, nothing at all I have tried every type fix above and Glad you figured it out. Filezilla andysm849, Oct 5, 2008 #4 andysm849 New Member Woops I meant that to the first post, not the scp.
Yet in such a case, having the drop down "Testing" server box in this location is redundant to having the Testing server Checkbox on in the "Server" main dialog. Is this plain FTP, SFTP, passive? 0 Message Author Comment by:karnac20202014-07-22 Plain FTP (port 21) and passive 0 LVL 70 Overall: Level 70 Adobe Dreamweaver 44 File Sharing Software You can always try Filezilla, which is free. I suspect that that's the way it's supposed to work.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. https://forums.powweb.com/showthread.php?t=72781 andysm849, Oct 7, 2008 #13 falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer What's the output of Code: ls -l /var/log ? Dreamweaver An Ftp Error Occurred Cannot Make Connection To Host Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs5 Typically, when I'm designing sites for clients, I upload to a domain on our server where they can check out the progress, we can discuss, etc.
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My server administrator is baffled because he know nothing about Dreamweaver and there isn't a problem with my account or ability to connect or upload outside of Dreamweaver. That won't work. Featured Post What Is Threat Intelligence? get redirected here Make sure you've patched up to 8.0.2 to fix the issues and rule Dreamweaver out as being the cause.
And I know mine hasn't. Forum Statistics Discussions: 53,488 Messages: 283,700 Members: 91,668 Latest Member: Chag Share This Page Tweet Howtoforge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials Home Forums > Linux Forums > Server Operation > English I think they have not set the attributes for your dreamweaver files.
I cannot stay connected or even see the remote folders to try to drag and drop. always worked. Site | Advanced | FTP Log unless they moved it. I've used just about every major product, and as they overload my machine I uninstall them and try something else.
I even uninstalled, and re-installed Dreamweaver to no avail. Related Articles It looks like there are no related articles. Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 05/18/10 @ 8:20 am Good point, Michael. useful reference Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 11/30/10 @ 3:02 pm Geez. :) Well, at least it's sorted out.