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    BPFTP Client (Windows) / Specific Error Messages
     I get the error "No route to host" when trying to access an FTP server.
     This means that BPFTP can't establish a route to the hostname. This would most likely occur when: a) You're not connected to the Internet. b) You're behind a firewall - check your firewall settings. c) The site you're trying to connect to is down.
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     Error : 421 No more connection allowed for this IP.
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