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Every day a client of mine have to transfer files from a site using Filezilla. I generally do SSH transfers with SCP in situation like this, but this time I can't.

This is the log in Filezilla client when I successfully connect:

Status: Disconnected from server
Status: Connecting to 200.59.131.24:990...
Status: Connection established, initializing TLS...
Status: Verifying certificate...
Status: TLS connection established, waiting for welcome message...
Status: Logged in
Status: Retrieving directory listing of "/COLEINSTEIN/Download"...
Status: Directory listing of "/COLEINSTEIN/Download" successful

Previously it asks if I accept a certificate saying certificate unknown:

Ask if accept certificate

In the options of Filezilla it's configured as FTP with "require implicit FTP over TLS":

configuration window

Can someone give some hint to try?

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  • Have you already put in port number 990 and try it afterwards with the other settings plus that? – Pimp Juice IT Jan 10 at 3:28
  • @PimpJuiceIT, look my comment below in response to sudo, I get the same response – Juan Pablo Sala Jan 10 at 13:25
  • What are you trying to do or what error message are you getting, etc.? I re-read your email and the comment, and it's not clear to me what the exact problem is. You have logs that you are able to connect and do a directory listing but the title of the question indicates you need help with commands post that connection. Help me better understand what error, etc. you are seeing or what you are trying to accomplish – Pimp Juice IT Jan 10 at 15:25

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