jit.uldl errors


    Jul 17 2006 | 2:04 pm
    Hiya folks.
    I'm trying to use jit.uldl to FTP files to an Alcorn McBride DVM7400
    (http://www.alcorn.com/products/dvm/index.html). It's connected to a
    network over which I can FTP using regular old clients using my laptop
    (MacBook Pro running Windows XP, Max 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2 (most recent
    win jit.uldl)).
    However, in Max, when I set the passive mode of jiy.uldl to 0, error
    12030 is reported back, passive mode 1,I get error 12015.
    Any ideas what might be going on here?
    Thanks,
    ~scott

    • Jul 17 2006 | 2:21 pm
      Hi Scott,
      I just sold my DVM7400, as it was such a pain to use. I had worked on
      a basic patch to take work on the Mac what the Alcorn software does on
      the PC, but it never worked right. I did get it to communicate and do
      basic stuff-I'll dig it up and share it. You're probably better of
      using the Alcorn software though for uploading clips, as it's free
      anyway.
      Brian Dressel
      brian@m1interactive.net
      On Jul 17, 2006, at 9:04 AM, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
      > Hiya folks.
      >
      > I'm trying to use jit.uldl to FTP files to an Alcorn McBride DVM7400
      > (http://www.alcorn.com/products/dvm/index.html). It's connected to a
      > network over which I can FTP using regular old clients using my laptop
      > (MacBook Pro running Windows XP, Max 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2 (most recent
      > win jit.uldl)).
      >
      > However, in Max, when I set the passive mode of jiy.uldl to 0, error
      > 12030 is reported back, passive mode 1,I get error 12015.
      >
      > Any ideas what might be going on here?
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      > ~scott
      >
    • Jul 17 2006 | 2:22 pm
      ERROR_INTERNET_LOGIN_FAILURE
      12015
      The request to connect and log on to an FTP server failed.
      ERROR_INTERNET_CONNECTION_ABORTED
      12030
      The connection with the server has been terminated.
      I'm really not sure what the problem could be, apart from a bad
      username/password combo. If you're certain that this is not the
      problem, could you turn on @report and send me the "log"?
      jb
      Am 17.07.2006 um 16:04 schrieb Scott Fitzgerald:
      > However, in Max, when I set the passive mode of jiy.uldl to 0, error
      > 12030 is reported back, passive mode 1,I get error 12015.
    • Jul 17 2006 | 2:49 pm
      Brian, that would be awesome if you could pass that along.
      I would be super grateful, I've been doing some packet sniffing on the
      box and it's been frustrating deciphering the commands and
      implementing them in max.
      ~scott
      On 7/17/06, Brian Dressel wrote:
      > Hi Scott,
      >
      > I just sold my DVM7400, as it was such a pain to use. I had worked on
      > a basic patch to take work on the Mac what the Alcorn software does on
      > the PC, but it never worked right. I did get it to communicate and do
      > basic stuff-I'll dig it up and share it. You're probably better of
      > using the Alcorn software though for uploading clips, as it's free
      > anyway.
      >
      > Brian Dressel
      > brian@m1interactive.net
      >
      > On Jul 17, 2006, at 9:04 AM, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
      >
      > > Hiya folks.
      > >
      > > I'm trying to use jit.uldl to FTP files to an Alcorn McBride DVM7400
      > > (http://www.alcorn.com/products/dvm/index.html). It's connected to a
      > > network over which I can FTP using regular old clients using my laptop
      > > (MacBook Pro running Windows XP, Max 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2 (most recent
      > > win jit.uldl)).
      > >
      > > However, in Max, when I set the passive mode of jiy.uldl to 0, error
      > > 12030 is reported back, passive mode 1,I get error 12015.
      > >
      > > Any ideas what might be going on here?
      > >
      > > Thanks,
      > >
      > > ~scott
      > >
      >
      >
    • Jul 17 2006 | 3:01 pm
    • Jul 17 2006 | 3:04 pm
      I'll dig them up, can't guarantee they'll help you do what you want
      though. In the meantime, you might try calling Alcorn directly for
      software support-they are always willing to help and love to dive in
      and help people like you and me. They've been great-although I think
      they're products are outdated now, as you can do the same thing on your
      Mac now-with mulitiple video cards or the Matrox multi-head products.
      Brian
      On Jul 17, 2006, at 9:49 AM, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
      > Brian, that would be awesome if you could pass that along.
      >
      > I would be super grateful, I've been doing some packet sniffing on the
      > box and it's been frustrating deciphering the commands and
      > implementing them in max.
      >
      > ~scott
      >
      > On 7/17/06, Brian Dressel wrote:
      >> Hi Scott,
      >>
      >> I just sold my DVM7400, as it was such a pain to use. I had worked on
      >> a basic patch to take work on the Mac what the Alcorn software does on
      >> the PC, but it never worked right. I did get it to communicate and do
      >> basic stuff-I'll dig it up and share it. You're probably better of
      >> using the Alcorn software though for uploading clips, as it's free
      >> anyway.
      >>
      >> Brian Dressel
      >> brian@m1interactive.net
      >>
      >> On Jul 17, 2006, at 9:04 AM, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
      >>
      >> > Hiya folks.
      >> >
      >> > I'm trying to use jit.uldl to FTP files to an Alcorn McBride DVM7400
      >> > (http://www.alcorn.com/products/dvm/index.html). It's connected to
      >> a
      >> > network over which I can FTP using regular old clients using my
      >> laptop
      >> > (MacBook Pro running Windows XP, Max 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2 (most
      >> recent
      >> > win jit.uldl)).
      >> >
      >> > However, in Max, when I set the passive mode of jiy.uldl to 0, error
      >> > 12030 is reported back, passive mode 1,I get error 12015.
      >> >
      >> > Any ideas what might be going on here?
      >> >
      >> > Thanks,
      >> >
      >> > ~scott
      >> >
      >>
      >>
      >
    • Jul 21 2006 | 2:26 pm
      A followup to this fun, is there an OSX jit.uldl that has the ability
      to turn passive mode off?
      Thanks.
      ~s
      On 7/17/06, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
      > > I'm really not sure what the problem could be, apart from a bad
      > > username/password combo. If you're certain that this is not the
      > > problem, could you turn on @report and send me the "log"?
    • Jul 21 2006 | 2:34 pm
      Not at this time.
      jb
      Am 21.07.2006 um 16:26 schrieb Scott Fitzgerald:
      > A followup to this fun, is there an OSX jit.uldl that has the ability
      > to turn passive mode off?
      >
      > Thanks.