I use winSCP and have no problems! useed winSCP for my iphone in the past, it works realy well.
I changed the settings in Site Manager/Transfer Settings for FileZilla:
Transfer mode: Passive
Limit number of simultaneous connections - check
Maximum numbers of connections: 1
Now it works ok. I also think there is a problem if you have a usb key connected to ps3 when you want to transfer. But I am not sure about this.
Woo! Thanks for the update. :)
Going to sling this on my PS3 later and see if FileZilla wants to play nice.
Blackbox FTP becomes an achievement when you discover that they have created their own ftp library while CJPC used a patched Sony's library (libftp).
Too bad they are not releasing the source code though. :chinscrat
I have had no problems with FileZilla on a 64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate.
Actually with FileZilla I set mine to Active with number of simultaneous transfers to one, and no probs here with BlackBox 1.1b. Set up the connection in site manager also as quick connect always gve me grief. Maybe this'll help someone.
And no, I haven't disabled my firewall. That resides between my network and the rest of the planet. It has nothing to do with interactions on my network. Anyway, the trial version of CuteFTP works just fine. So that isn't the problem.
My problem is solved anyway. Interarchy (which I bought years ago but was refusing to connect with v1.1) works perfectly with v1.2 when I type the correct IP address!
Did they fix the spelling error? :lol:
Edit: Yes they did.
I'll have to see if Filezilla works for me now. I know with 1.1 the transfers just hang. I really don't use Filezilla anyway, Total Commander and WinSCP are all I ever use for file transfers (unless you count Ucon64 -- they haven't flash carted everything yet after all, and the Griffin and V64Jr remain the best backup options for the PC Engine and N64). 1.1 seemed to work fine with both. TC just doesn't give an ETA, so I've been using WinSCP, and it's been doing solid on transfers, though I need to get a gigabit switch to speed things up. Still, they say they've fixed bugs, and it's their program, so they would know ;) As long as they didn't mess up WinSCP in the process, it seems like a good idea to upgrade.