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I've been working on this issue for 4 hours and can't seem to get anywhere. So, I guess the workflow could be: -Enable Testing Server to edit files in DW; -Disable Testing Server to "Put" files on the Remote Server. (or use stand alone FTP software.) I must say I am impressed you found articles related to my problem! The most recent site that was selected before going back to "Local view" is the site that upload is now connected to. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1080855
If you use COREFTP, the steps are: 1. And always click the "Test" button to see if the connection works. Try It!! I think that's being far, far too kind.
Nothing hidden. Does that make sense, and do you think it would work? (And thanks for the compliment on my website.) ionrane says: Comment posted on 06/14/11 @ 2:44 pm Here is my ionrane says: Comment posted on 06/14/11 @ 4:37 pm Hey, I found a new Solution to this problem! An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs6 ADDED: I just reread what you said, Gus.
Most of the time it's a normal connection, so you would not check "Use passive FTP". Dreamweaver Ftp Error User Limit Reached Do you think that could have anything to do with this? Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 02/19/13 @ 11:51 am Okay; hard to say, since it appears no one has returned to say their solution stopped working. https://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?t=37274 My other websites can make a connection.
Very Weird. Dreamweaver Ftp Error Access Denied Are you trying to upload via a secure connection (SFTP) that's being rejected? Seems like it must be some router/firewall setting at the office i'm in - had absolutely nothing to do with DW! So I'm not sure whether there may be something different with respect to FTP functions this much later on.
Nice page, keep up the good work! https://www.sitepoint.com/community/t/the-remote-host-cannot-be-found-dreamweaver/43985 Thanks for any and all help!!!!! An Ftp Error Occurred - Cannot Make Connection To Host. The Remote Host Cannot Be Found You can always try Filezilla, which is free. An Ftp Error Occurred Cannot Make Connection To Host User Limit Reached I have downloaded and installed Komodo edit and have been using that to edit and save the files, then going to FileZilla upload them.
any ideas…. this contact form I added a local testing server, which seems to be settup right - all works well UNTIL I try to "Put" files to the remote server. In some cases the attempt to upload a file would delete it from my directory using DW any version! 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. Dreamweaver Local Firewall Blocking Ftp Data
I took my DWMX2004 install disk to my friends house he kindly let me install it on his mac computer (fresh) and it connected perfectly. Again, I can connect to my site in Dremweaver, but when I edit files in Dreamweaver, save them, and try to upload to my webserver, I get the "FTP Error: cannot Thanks for your extensive information. http://xhpcreations.com/ftp-error/dreamweaver-an-ftp-error-occurred-cannot-make-connection-to-host.html 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
Contact Us - Dreamweaver Club Forums - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I could connect to all my servers via my other ftp client and some servers using DWCS4 but not ones that all began with the same server name. What could possibly be causing it to connect to the testing server to upload files? Root Directory Dreamweaver I recommend you to try Filezilla or CoreFTP.
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It might be a server setting. I have still had a difficult time finding a useful set of search terms for this particular issue. 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. Consult the following link : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/200475 Best Regards, Faq Reply With Quote July 6th, 2010,12:51 AM #9 Portal88 View Profile View Forum Posts Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499
I have no idea; I just know that that was what worked … they only used the first three characters of the username, or the first three characters plus some numbers. claudia says: Comment posted on 09/23/10 @ 3:44 pm I'll ask, but they are not terribly responsive. Then try it if it still doesn't work check the "Use passive FTP" check box and try again. If you make check in PASV, you can't transfer the file. 2.
Ctrl+Shift+U or File -> Save to Remote Server… or any other various upload command sequences. Sorry that you aren't able to connect. Also, FileZilla is recommended by many hosting companies because it seems to work properly in more situations than just about any other FTP client. Advertisement Register for Free!
Reason: Signature removed from quote Faq Reply With Quote July 6th, 2010,09:22 AM #12 No Profile Picture AnrBjötk View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - What one needs to do is to first understand the connection requirements (which are defined by the FTP server) and then configure you client to be compatible. 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" Great tip, John.
So I spent hours on this and the simple fix was just plugging in to the wall vs using WiFi at this office I'm in. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. an error can not find the host? I'd look further into that.
I didn't do anything different. But here's a solution from Murray, who's been a Team Macromedia Volunteer for Dreamweaver since before Adobe bought Macromedia: Managing sites: local, remote, testing. I have tried the IP address and nothing.