Hello Delong,

This was a temporary issue during a short time window yesterday. Letting us know about it is always OK, but then going back in and trying to connect again in the right solution, as it will generally clear up. If you haven't been able to make the connection by now (I just tested it again right now, and it is functioning for me), please let us know,


Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 6/10/13 10:50 AM, Delong, Zhou wrote:
Hello,
I was using the ftp uploading via filezilla. It worked perfectly this morning, but after a disconnection of the internet I can no longer upload any file. This is the message I got: 530 Sorry, the maximum number of clients (3) for this user are already connected I restarted my computer and shut down the program for 30 minutes hoping the server will reset the connection but it didnt work. I've done some search on the internet but nothing helped. I noticed that this problem has already been mentioned on the ML but the solution was not given. Anyone could help please?
Thanks
Delong


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