OK, that explains it.
If that is all you want to do then the standard software will do. Turn on the FTP server on the Humax (Internet Settings menu), install an FTP client on your PC (personally I use the free filezilla) and away you go. If you have the custom software for other purposes then you could install betaftpd which is a more competent FTP server than the Humax offering or use network shares.Please could someone tell me the most efficient and accurate way to transfer mp4 files from my laptop pc to my hdr fox t2 'video' folder and what applications I would need to install from the modified firmware?
I don't believe it has anything to do with Filezilla (which I have used for a good many years). My best guess would be that it is an attempt to allocate ip addresses outside the range of DHCP on a particular router. Unfortunately the DHCP controlled range varies greatly between different routers.On fenlander's original post I still cannot see what the 100/101 reference is about, but I now suspect that filezilla has moved on.