Topic "Error 425 Using Shell"

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SonicScrew12

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Hello, I am relatively new to FTP and WinSCP. I'm trying to transfer files from my FileZilla Server (V. 0.9.56 beta) to my local machine using WinSCP (V. 5.7.7) with Commander view to test my server connection. I can connect and login fine, it's just the transfer of files that's not working. I'm using Windows 7 Professional (64-bit) for my remote machine and the same system for receiving. Also, I'm using regular FTP.

(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - (not logged in) (192.168.1.1)> USER default
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - (not logged in) (192.168.1.1)> 331 Password required for default
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - (not logged in) (192.168.1.1)> PASS ***
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 230 Logged on
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> SYST
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 215 UNIX emulated by FileZilla
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> FEAT
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 211-Features:
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> MDTM
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> REST STREAM
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> SIZE
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> MLST type*;size*;modify*;
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> MLSD
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> AUTH SSL
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> AUTH TLS
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PROT
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PBSZ
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> UTF8
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> CLNT
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> MFMT
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> EPSV
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> EPRT
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 211 End
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PWD
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 257 "/" is current directory.
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> CWD /
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 250 CWD successful. "/" is current directory.
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PWD
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:32 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 257 "/" is current directory.
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> TYPE A
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 200 Type set to A
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PASV
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,X,XX,215,100)
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> MLSD
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 150 Opening data channel for directory listing of "/"
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 226 Successfully transferred "/"
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> TYPE I
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 200 Type set to I
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> PASV
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,X,XX,224,180)
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> REST 0
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 350 Rest supported. Restarting at 0
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> RETR The Sunk'n Norwegian.(can't use file extension because of forum)
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:33 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 150 Opening data channel for file download from server of "/The Sunk'n Norwegian.(can't use file extension because of forum)"
(000225)4/6/2016 16:36:48 PM - default (192.168.1.1)> 426 Connection closed; aborted transfer of "/The Sunk'n Norwegian.(can't use file extension because of forum)"

What I'm fairly sure of is that WinSCP is trying to receive the file, but then it times out. I can login fine, but I can't receive files. I've opened up the correct ports on my router and made new rules for my Windows firewall to allow the connection of passive ports 50000-60000. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
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martin
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Please attach a full log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

To generate log file, enable logging, log in to your server and do the operation and only the operation that causes the error. Submit the log with your post as an attachment. Note that passwords and passphrases not stored in the log. You may want to remove other data you consider sensitive though, such as host names, IP addresses, account names or file names (unless they are relevant to the problem). If you do not want to post the log publicly, you can mark the attachment as private.
SonicScrew12

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You requested for the log, so here it is.
fzs-2016-04-07.log (4.12 KB) [Download]

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martin
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This is not WinSCP log. Please attach WinSCP session log file as per instructions in my previous post.
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