Mac, DPP and Cyberduck
Howard Moftich wrote:
first off, there is a command line FTP client built into OSX so that is usable. You could also try Filezilla as an alternative GUI based client.
Most likely, Cyberduck is trying to use active (ie. non-passive FTP) protocol which can easily be blocked by every router/firewall. It's EXTREMELY doubtful that Cyberduck is doing what you imply it's doing.
Well, DPP stopped being able to download Lens Data after I installed and used Cyberduck, while a clone of the hard drive which was done before Cyberduck was installed worked? The MacMini which never had Cyberduck on it continued to work throughout, so it seems a very big coincidence if it's not Cyberduck.
The bottom line is I went back to the clone I made prior to installing and using Cyberduck and everything works as it should.
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