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Re: Can connect to server; fails after editing a file

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Can connect to server; fails after editing a file

This is a very strange problem. I can connect to my SFTP server just fine. It displays the files as normal. When I open, let's say a .doc file, edit it, and then save it the upload fails. It complains that it can't connect. My first instinct would be that it would be a firewall issue but the router is forwarding the port (otherwise I wouldn't be able to connect from the internet at all). I looked at /var/logs/auth.log on the file server and this particular line stuck out to me

sent status: no such file

is this relevant?

NOTE: this only happens when connecting from WAN not on the LAN.