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» SFTP21 error = #4 (No further authentication methods available) SFTP21 error = #4 (No further authentication methods available) 4 Years Ago GlobalSCAPE Support 1 CuteFTP for Windows THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE APPLIES TO: CuteFTP Pro® (All Versions) SYMPTOMS When attempting a connection using the SFTP protocol, the sftp21 error = #4 following error is encountered: STATUS:> Getting listing ""... STATUS:> Initializing SFTP21 module... STATUS:> Connecting to sftp21 error = #0. 0 SFTP server... 192.168.20.135:22 (ip = 192.168.20.135)... ERROR:> No further authentication methods available. ERROR:> The requested operation failed for an unknown reason. ERROR:>

Cuteftp Disconnect: Key Exchange Failed.

Can't connect to 192.168.20.135:22. SFTP21 error = #4. STATUS:> SFTP21 connection closed. CAUSE The SFTP server is configured to use a Message Authentication Code (MAC) that does not match the MAC configuration settings in CuteFTP Pro or

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is not supported in CuteFTP Pro. CuteFTP Pro may be providing the server with the wrong public key. The remote FTP site may be expecting a password in addition to the public key. The user may not have sufficient account privileges on the remote server. RESOLUTION Configure the SSH2 security settings in CuteFTP Pro so the requested MAC can be used. If the SFTP server is using an unsupported MAC, ask the administrator of the cuteftp download remote FTP server to allow useof a different MAC. CuteFTP Pro supports SHA-1 (128), SHA-1-96, MD-5 and MD-5-96. If you have previously configured CuteFTP Pro to use more than one public key, ensure that the correct public key for this site is selected in the CuteFTP Pro SSH2 security settings area. If the remote FTP site is expecting a password in addition to a public key, ensure that option is enabled in the CuteFTP Pro SSH2 security settings area. Ensure that the user account on the remote FTP server is configured with List and Show in List permissions. Also In This Category WebHelp not displaying properly in browser Does Globalscape have a replacement for CuteSITE Builder? SFTP connection fails when password not specified in CuteFTP Site Properties or Quick Connect bar Submit a Ticket to Support Can GlobalSCAPE products be exported from the United States? (ECCN and CCATS for GlobalSCAPE Products) Moving CuteFTP to a new computer Officially Supported Products and EOL Dates SSL Security Levels and CuteFTP FTP Status and Error Codes Can I use a Windows Command Prompt to send FTP Commands to a server? On a scale of 1-5, please rate the helpfulness of this article 1 2 3 4 5 Not Helpful Very Helpful Optionally provide private feedback to help us improve this article... Thank you for

CuteFTP Pro. Ask the administrator of the remote FTP https://kb.globalscape.com/KnowledgebaseArticle10352.aspx server to allow use of a different cipher. The default configuration of CuteFTP Pro provides support for TripleDES, ARCFOUR, CAST128, Twofish, Twofish128, AES128, AES256, and Blowfish http://help.globalscape.com/help/cuteftp8/SFTP_error__4.htm automatically. See Trouble Shooting SFTP connections for details. Did this topic solve your problem/answer your question? * For the most up-to-date information regarding CuteFTP, * To view version history, updates, and activation instructions, * To download a PDF of this user guide, * To search the Knowledgebase and User Forum, Visit the GlobalSCAPE Support Center, http://www.globalscape.com/support. Copyright © 1996-2011 GlobalSCAPE, Inc. All rights reserved. Based on the original by Alex Kunadze. Last modified: 2012-01-25

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Free SFTP, SCP and FTP client for Windows News Introduction SSH Client SFTP Client FTP Client Download Install Donate Documentation Guides F.A.Q. Scripting .NET & COM Library Screenshots Translations Support Forum Tracker History [[sftp_codes]] WinSCP Contents » Getting Started » Protocols » SFTP » SFTP Status/Error Codes SFTP status/error codes are a numerical codes that an SFTP server1) uses to indicate a result of a client request (i.e. a request sent by WinSCP to the server). WinSCP translates the numerical codes to a textual description for you, so you do not have to remember them. The SFTP server should also provide a meaningful textual description of the error itself. WinSCP includes the server-side description in its error message, labeled "Error message from server". Such description can include more detailed information than WinSCP can possibly deduce from the numerical code. Code 4 (Failure) Codes List References Code 4 (Failure) Note that not all servers use all codes. Most SSH/SFTP servers, including the most commonly used OpenSSH, support only SFTP version 3 that defines only codes 0 to 8. Advertisements: These servers would generally use code 4 (Failure) for many errors for which there is a specific code defined in the later versions of SFTP protocol, such as: Renaming a file to a name of already existing file. Creating a directory that already exists. Moving a remote file to a different filesystem (HDD). Uploading a file to a full filesystem (HDD). Exceeding a user disk quota. In this case the server is required to provide meaningful description of the error itself (see above). Unfortunately, OpenSSH SFTP server uses always description "Failure". Is such case, there is unfortunately no way to tell a reason of the failure. Codes List Code Name Description Comment 0 OK Indicates successful completion of the operation. 1 EOF An attempt to read past the end-of-file was made; or, there are no more directory entries to return. 2 No such file A reference was made to a file which does not exist. 3 Permission denied The user does not have sufficient permissions to perform the operation. 4 Failure An error occurred, but no specific error code exists to describe the failure. This error message should always have meaningful text in the the error message field. See above. 5 Bad message A badly formatted packet or other SFTP protocol incompatibility was detected. 6 No connection There is no con

 
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