Hi, I'm using Filezilla (active mode) to move recordings from my external USB storage on the HDR-Fox T2 to my Media Server for long-term archiving. In general, I have no problems at all; most files copy without incident. However, with the larger (.ts) files, this sometimes happens: Status: Connected Status: Starting download of /media/drive1/The Unforgettable/The Unforgettable Frankie Howerd_20110704_2001.ts Command: CWD /media/drive1/The Unforgettable Response: 250 File action is successful. Proceed. Command: PWD Response: 257 "/media/drive1/The Unforgettable" is current working dir. Command: TYPE I Response: 200 Port command successful Command: PORT 192,168,16,4,13,224 Response: 200 Port command successful Command: RETR The Unforgettable Frankie Howerd_20110704_2001.ts Response: 150 Opening data connection for directory list Error: Connection timed out Error: File transfer failed after transferring 697,679,872 bytes in 223 seconds Now, 697,679,872 is _exactly_ the full file size on the USB-1 disc of the HDR. So this is not a data transfer timeout, but something else at the end of the transfer? It then offers to recopy, as the Fox doesn't implement the recovery mechanism: Command: REST 697679872 Response: 502 Command not implemented. Error: File transfer failed Status: Starting download of /media/drive1/The Unforgettable/The Unforgettable Frankie Howerd_20110704_2001.ts Anyone got any ideas why this might be happening? The downloaded files play OK though (well, with one exception - see my other thread!) Thanks.