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Filezilla ftp ap logs me out after about a minute ....

Posted on 2008-06-17
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Is there a keep me connected for x minutes setting some where?

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Maybe you can keep the connection by setting the Filezilla option > Connection. Check the Keep Alive setting and timeout detection.
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Where is this settings?
Filezilla option > Connection  
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At Edit menu > Settings.
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