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Airfield Team FTP server

Post by OXO » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:26 pm

You have all been given the login details.

Be careful because the server will block your IP if you repeatedly login with the wrong credentials. Do not try anonymous ftp !!

Best solution is to use Filezilla and save the login credentials in Site Manager. That way you won't forget.
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How to connect the OXO FTP in 3 Pictures

Post by Xavier » Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:52 pm

1/ Download and install the last release of FileZilla (3.38). The language is a primary choice.

FZ1.JPG

Open FileZilla and open the Site manager with the left upper button, or via the menu File -> Site Manager, or CTRL-S

FZ2.JPG

In the General tab, choice the same options and fill the Host, identifier, an password that OXO sent to each of us.

Then type OK.

The host window (right bottom) is fill with 2 folders:
..
Airfield


Click Airfield

3 folders:
..
#recycle
Landscapes


Click Landscapes

2 folders:
..
West-UK

click West-UK

FZ3.JPG

Make your choice to access to an airports' folder and to exchange files etc...
The ".." folder allow you to come back to the previous folder.
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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Andy1248 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:04 pm

Unfortunately even with all the correct fields entered I continually get the same error message:


I can however access the data with Chrome, but it is very slow access.
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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Andy1248 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:21 pm

Ooops! it is OK now. I had encryption set wrong. :oops:
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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Sun Nov 11, 2018 11:13 am

Hi,

If you can not connect to FileZilla and the login details are correct.
Try: Edit> Settings timeout in seconds.
I changed that to 60 sec. With me it took more than 20 seconds before the connection was made.
Hope this also works for you if you experience problems.

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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Andy1248 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 2:13 pm

Thanks, all ok now.
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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Sun Nov 11, 2018 8:25 pm

Hi Andy,

I did understood that your problem was solved.

It is a general tip.
I spent a few days wondering why I could not contact the OXO's server. (windows 10 64 bit)
This is a problem that someone else might have to solve and then does not think about making the time out any longer.

Strangely enough, the connection works directly on an old 32 bit laptop :?:
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Re: Airfield Team FTP server

Post by Andy1248 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 12:03 am

Yes I am 64 bit and have opened up the time limit
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