AS400 FTP error 426-Unable to send data to TCP/IP.

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In AS400 FTP Get command I am getting the error- 426-Unable to send data to TCP/IP. 426 Data transfer ended.

 FTP was working fine and all of the sudden it is not. The file is normally in GBs.Please let me know the reason for this error



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AS400

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Without more information it would be impossible to answer your question accurately. I would first check with your systems administrator to see if any changes have been made recently that may affect your System i FTP server. Some possible causes – improper syntax; lacking ptfs; application administration; folder permissions, object availability; unrelated network issues; Just to name a few. The error message you listed is part of a standardized FTP error messages for any platform. 426 indicates that the connection was closed and the transfer was aborted. Now you just to find out why.

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