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I am trying to use the Chilkat Library for Perl FtP

After connection, I would like change the current directory on ftp server: no problem with ChangeRemoteDir.

But if I try to change the current directory a lot of time, I get the folowed error. ChangeRemoteDir:

DllDate: Dec 28 2016

ChilkatVersion: 9.5.0.65

UnlockPrefix: Anything for 30-day trial

Architecture: Little Endian; 64-bit

Language: Windows Perl

VerboseLogging: 0

dir: /Disque dur

changeRemoteDir:

  simplePathCommand:

    simpleCommand:

      sendCommand:

        sendingCommand: CWD /Disque dur

      --sendCommand

      readCommandResponse:

        WindowsError: Une connexion existante a dre fermpar ldistant.

        WindowsErrorCode: 0x2746

        numBytesRequested: 5

        Failed to receive data on the TCP socket

        sockRecv: Socket fatal error.

        Failed to read beginning of SSL/TLS record.

        b: 0

        dbSize: 0

        nReadNBytes: 0

        Failed to receive more TLS applicaton data.

        Failed to read FTP control channel reply.

        readFtpReply: Socket fatal error.

      --readCommandResponse

    --simpleCommand

    Simple path command failed.

    socketResults: Socket fatal error.

  --simplePathCommand

--changeRemoteDir

Failed.

--ChangeRemoteDir

--ChilkatLog

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Some details Envrionnement : Windows 10 64 bits Language : Perl 5.24 (Active perl) Network between PC and Ftp Server : wifi g (local network)

Could you explain this problem ?

Thank in advance

asked Mar 10 at 07:00

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