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Topic Title: Error code 10058
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Created On: 02/15/2018 08:20 AM
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 02/15/2018 08:20 AM
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I have a client that wants to migrate to a new SFTP server. I connected to the new server with Filezilla with no issues. (Always my initial testing protocol)

When I built the information into an existing Automate program, I can't get it to connect. I keep getting "Error code 10058". I've tried several configurations in the settings and nothing seems to work.

There are no "blockages" on my end for my firewall and there were no issues when I ran a tracert on the IP.

Has anyone had this before? I saw one post where something had to be done with the "cipher".

Thanks for your time.

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 02/15/2018 08:35 AM
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Hamid Noorbakhsh

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This is a "Connection Reset" by the SFTP Server you are connecting to. It is simply dropping the connection. It could be that it is not accepting any of the protocols that are available by the version of product you have. Some servers, due to security, might only accept a certain type that was not available, or commonly used, when the version you have was released. I think your Filezilla is the latest version, so it is up to date? You might have to update your AutoMate or allow older protocols to be accepted? Unfortunately with the increase in cyber attacks and hackings, protocols that were so safe a few months ago might not be allowed anymore.

I suggest you install the newest version with trail license and see if you can connect. I hope this helps.

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