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When I attempt to open up and use a FTP program the error response said: "Too many connections from this IP (2) Help! thanks. I am using WNDR3300 router hard wired to four different components. 1. my computer 2. Xbox 360 3. Nintendo Wii 4. DVD player with an Ethernet onlet for Netflix "I am not using the wireless feature of this unit. I think there is a setting I must do in the setup on www.routerlogin.net. In the port forwarding.. but I am not certain. When it saids "too many connections " is it suggesting that I disengage some of the four units I have plugged in or is there some setting I can set up so this set up might allow me to use FTP programs to exchange large files? Thanks for any help...

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It is the FTP-server at the "other" end that is complaining about too many simultaneous connections -- you open one or two connections everytime that you try to connect.

After a few minutes, the FTP-server will close all the "dormant" sessions, and you should be able to connect.

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