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Connection to ftp closed by remote host

I’m using DFL-700 router. When I’m trying to use the command “ftp aetnaedi.com” I’m getting message:

Connected to aetnaedi.com. Connection closed by remote host.

I tried every possible setting in firewall of the router including opening all ports.

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This will not be a problem of your firewall. it will almost certainly be a password problem. ftp uses ports 20 & 21 but if you have disabled the firewall this cannot be the cause.

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