Originally Posted by fishy31
I'm having a problem with Filezilla FTP and Multiman. I've found no advice that has worked for me although a few people have talked about it.
No worries connecting and accessing directories. I've uploaded 100s of thousands of files over time and I consistently get a stall at various stages (normally just before 500 files, 496, 487, sometimes 15 or 20 large files) and have been reseting everything trying to get it to go through overnight or for long periods. Neither the PS3 or Filezilla actually stalls it just hangs at a new file or a certain progress % until I stop the cue or exit multiman. Restarting the cue or filezilla has no effect. Restarting multiman always works again for the same 500 or less files.
Isolating the problem, I have the problem on both Rogero 4.30 V2.05 and Kneaw 3.55 firmware, all updates of multiman over the couple of years, usb000, usb008, hdd0 etc etc, makes no difference where I'm uploading to the PS3. I've never needed to download that many files from the PS3 so never tried the other way.
The fix is to restart multiman by quitting game and it will do another <500 files. I tried other ftp programs but didn't get connection (eg. 4.2 CFW and up blackbox) so didn't pursue. I've tried other PC clients with same results.
I have DIR-655 router, Intel Quad6600 based PC with 4gig ram clocked up to 3.06ghz, it is possible I have lower grade cables I haven't checked (haven't tried direct connection), PS3 has external hdd hooked into internal via esata, 2 external hdds, one via PS3 front usb port, one via very cheap usb hub, both hdd externally powered. . Filezilla settings are pretty much standard.
I've modified my DIR-655 according to instructions about being better for torrents. All my NICs had jumbo frames on but now no jumbo frames across the board. PS3 is a permanent IP as is the computer. Some routing protocols to prioritise web traffic over torrents on the router.
Anyone know how to fix this?
how is the PS3/PC to the router connected?
when at least one of them is connected via WLAN then try LAN (better try direct connect)
also did you try to change the LAN-cables?