jeremy says: Comment posted on 04/5/11 @ 1:49 pm Thanks Mark, post 69 After hours of mucking about I tried the settings you suggested and it works. It seems Dreamweaver is having trouble with username/passwords Logical conclusion based on observation but probably wrong anyway. If not, I would call GoDaddy. One other thing you can try is selecting Passive FTP in the Remote Server section of the Site Definition dialog box. get redirected here
vacunita (Programmer) 29 Jun 10 17:15 That tells me there's no DNS resolv.conf being created, probably because there is no information being provided by the router. I have had Dreamweaver CS3 installed on my computer for quite a while and have been using it to create many websites. I have downloaded and installed Komodo edit and have been using that to edit and save the files, then going to FileZilla upload them. This information is typically supplied by your web hosting service provider; verify all of this information with them. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/87936
Any information placed on this system may be monitored, copied, or disclosed to law enforcement agencies at the discretion of your systems administrator, functional manager, or their designated agents(s). AR says: Comment posted on 08/4/10 @ 2:34 pm I have just switched to Host Media UK last week. For instance, it may be that your host has specified something else than :80: -www.myhost.com:80 -123.456.789.012:80 Something else I recently encountered: a new server was configured a little differently than "normal" I cannot stay connected or even see the remote folders to try to drag and drop.
I have changed my password even to see if I was typing it wrong and still nothing. RE: A FTP error occurred - cannot make connection to host. Additionally, that error message means the user name and password are correct so we're definitely into server configuration as the possible culprit. /public_html/test-site/ So depending on how your FTP user is Dreamweaver Ftp Error Access Denied Don't think it is a Dreamweaver problem. __________________ Websites: www.yotocreative.co.uk | www.clearwater-it.co.uk | www.bristolcomputerfix.co.uk Social Media: Twitter | Facebook Corrosive View Public Profile Visit Corrosive's homepage!
Claudia says: Comment posted on 09/23/10 @ 12:51 pm I hadn't changed anything. An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs6 Our aim is to provide proven solutions to real problems. Thanks to Craig Lido for pointing me to Macromedia's Dreamweaver TechNote: Add a colon and the port number to the end of the FTP host name in the FTP Host text weblink vacunita (Programmer) 29 Jun 10 16:06 Check you DNS settings.
dudi says: Comment posted on 10/22/10 @ 3:00 pm Thanks Diane for the explanation! An Ftp Error Occurred - Cannot Make Connection To Host Levine Where do I find the Dreamweaver FTP log? Before you get started Before troubleshooting FTP access failures, verify that Dreamweaver and your operating system are updated. Select (or deselect) Use IPV6 Transfer Mode.
Your login or password is incorrect. I have stayed at > Dreamweaver MX 2004 because it's FTP works (and continues to work). Dreamweaver An Ftp Error Occurred Cannot Make Connection To Host BUT the problem is:All FTP-programs, including naturally Filezilla, refuses to log into FTP claiming incorrect username and password.I dont need to mention that I've checked and rechecked that my login info An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs5 Pinging the website by name should let you see what your DNS's are converting the name to.
I tried with the first three characters and with their provied numbers, but still no connection. http://darrenmanning.com/ftp-error/dreamweaver-and-ftp-error-occurred.html In all that time, I've only occasionally had difficulty connecting with DW (which was solved once I figured out what the hitch was), which I'd guess was about eight or nine http://worldipv6launch.org### END SIGNATURE BLOCK ### Top Profile Reply with quote AnrBjotk Post subject: Re: Cant connect to FTP (blames wrong login info)PostPosted: 2010-07-05 18:01 Offline 500 Syntax error Joined: Have you tried connecting to a server with another FTP program? Dreamweaver Ftp Error User Limit Reached
I haven't seen DW CS3, but I have these comments: - FTP host should be a domain name, or domain name and port (e.g., site.com:21) *if* the port is needed. Then try it if it still doesn't work check the "Use passive FTP" check box and try again. But also learning how they configured layers 2, 3 and 4 of the ISO model, while I had to do a lot of the layer 5 stuff. useful reference Outside of re-installing.
Interesting re wifi versus wired. Local Firewall Blocking Ftp Data Dreamweaver I'm checking to see if there's any info available for this problem.... -- Murray --- ICQ 71997575 Adobe Community Expert (If you *MUST* email me, don't LAUGH when you do so!) I didn't try without the address, but see if it makes any difference. (I also don't have DW available at the moment). -- Mark A.
Thanks again for your ideas. The issue is described as follows; Every time I open Dreamweaver I receive the message "an ftp error occurred - cannot make connection to host. I've tested FTP/SFTP in other programs, in the Terminal etc. Local Firewall Blocking Ftp Data Mac AnrBjotk (TechnicalUser) (OP) 9 Aug 10 12:04 I'm still stuck :( help Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate.
I've had dreamweaver settup properly for my remote server. Considering this is my business website, I'm more than a bit peeved. Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 02/20/13 @ 4:57 pm Sounds good to me. this page Don't know why some of us can and some of us cannot depend on DW's FTP.
If you are not sure whether your server is running SFTP, check with your web hosting service provider. Your server path for Dreamweaver might be: Root Directory: / Web URL: http://yoursite.com/home/content/x/y/z/html/ -or- http://yoursite.com/home/content/x/y/z/somenumbers/html/ I got that information from GoDaddy techs -- but, to be honest, they don't all have DWcourse View Public Profile Visit DWcourse's homepage! As an FYI tidbit, on my primary workstation I don't use any antivirus software other than STOPzilla.
This works for Dreamweaver 8, right? Claudia says: Comment posted on 09/23/10 @ 12:56 pm Oh, something you said just triggered something…(and to forewarn you…I am not super techno knowledgeable and may not succesfully explain myself well)….but I am on Mac OSX 10.5 using Dreamweaver CS4. Re: Dreamweaver FTP still doesn't work Newsgroup_User Mar 30, 2009 6:17 AM (in response to Newsgroup_User) jca1138 posted in macromedia.dreamweaver > I have even tried the test settings (as both a
No Confusion. Other stray thought ... I solved the problem by converting my 'FTP Host Address' to an 'IP address' (i.e. Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated.
I did try the tip above for godaddy. In some cases the attempt to upload a file would delete it from my directory using DW any version! For additional information about setting up an FTP site, see Connect to a remote server. I have rung mine host and want me to use their Zilla thing as well which I have to buy.
RE: A FTP error occurred - cannot make connection to host. Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 06/14/11 @ 2:17 pm I think I understand -- when you're trying to put (upload) to the remote server, DW is uploading to your testing No added space at the end 0 Message Author Comment by:karnac20202014-07-22 Totally sure. 0 LVL 70 Overall: Level 70 Adobe Dreamweaver 44 File Sharing Software 4 Networking Protocols 2 For some reason, it seems, instead to connect to the local XAMPP server.