Topic "Network error: Connection refused"

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richardgunn
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From Windows 2000:

On trying to connect using WinSCP2 to my IPCOP on port 222 I get a "Network error: Connection refused" error.

I can SSH to it using Putty on the same port with no problems.

Any suggestions please?!

Thanks
Richard
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martin
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What version of Putty are you using?
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Martin Prikryl
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prikryl wrote:
What version of Putty are you using?


0.53b.

I have since (last night) reinstalled Windows due to a problem with Outlook that many seem to have and nobody knows how to fix (Timeout connection error 0x800ccc19 whilst connecting mail) and it is working with no changes to IPCOP or changes in installation method / settings for WinSCP.

Many thanks for your attention.

Richard
Dirk

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I received the same error while trying to connect to a remote server. What version of Putty should I be using? I am currently using 0.53b.
martin
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WinSCP does not depend on Putty, I've just wondered if Richard is not using newest version of Putty than WinSCP is based on. Sorry, no clue for you Sad
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Martin Prikryl
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I had the same problem where Putty works but not WINSCP. Managed to resolve this. I forgot that I actually have a firewall installed on my PC. Configuring the firewall to allow connection through WINSCP.EXE and port 222 allowed me to connect to my IPCOP server.
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