Hello my name is Pham Ngoc Thang
I AM GETTING THIS EARROR WHEN I CONNECT MY CAMRA IN FTP SERVER
Send file to ftp://tplinkcamera838:email@example.com:21/testfile
Connecting to 22.214.171.124:21... Error: recv() timed out. No data received
Receive-Warning: read() timed out. Read '220 FTP Ready
' so far.
Receive-Error: read() failed. Read '' so far. (errno: Operation now in progress (115))
Receive-Error: Connection broke down.
Please try it again
Hello, when you say "put your ftp account there" in camera settings, where do i find my ftp account? Many thanks
126.96.36.199 doesn't work with my ip camera too.
I am using dahua NVR, the FTP require PORT method. this server serve only passive mode so It not work :(
Cant get this to work either. I need port as well. All connection time out.
No PORT. Nothing to do.
I have a premium account. The back up process generates multiple folders (duplicated and more) and the photos are in disorder. How can I get only one folder for each camera?
It is working for me. I had to open the FTP port on my router to allow the camera to send the files. I can configure my camera to place the photos in a specific directory on cloudbox. The only problem I'm having is that the backup to Google Drive seems to be sporatic. Only about 4 files per 25 get synced automatically to Google Drive.
I'm having the same problem as regblank. Syncing is delayed and incomplete.
Where is camera / nvr settings?
As to "Now go to your account at cloudbox247 and authorize to your google drive account...." (quoted from above): if you do this, Google warns you before you complete the process, that
"This will allow Cloud Box 247 Backup to See, edit, create, and delete all of your Google Drive files".
Why would *anyone* do this, if they were paying attention to the warning?
I'd give you access ONLY to my *designated* ftp-transfer folder - and even that's asking too much, in my view, but maybe if it's free, I don't care. Do that, and I will come back and set it up, but in the meantime? HELL no, I'm not giving strangers in the cloud the keys to my life!