FileZilla timeouts after 20 seconds
When you access the server via FTP using Filezilla, it displays connection timeout error, it is the time to change the Filezilla settings for resolving the issue.
Check the below steps to resolve timeout issue:
1. Open FileZilla.
2. In the dashboard, click on ‘Edit’ -> Settings.
3. Under Selection page on the left-hand side, click on ‘Connection’. You will find the field ‘Timeout
in seconds’. Change the timeout interval from the default of 20 seconds to 0.
4. At the bottom, click on the ‘OK’ button.
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