Status: Starting upload of C:\MAPA Video avi\Myths_of_Medical_Marijuana.avi
Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (206,188,193,133,85,43)
Command: STOR Myths_of_Medical_Marijuana.avi
Response: 150 Ok to send data.
Error: Connection timed out
Error: File transfer failed after transferring 262,144 bytes in 21 seconds
Status: Connecting to 126.96.36.199:21...
Cause: Timeout setting incorrect in FTP software or Packet loss in the network.
The problem is related to the internal timeout settings of FileZilla. Actually, there is a predefined timeout settings by default in it. So, if your file is relatively large in size or your internet connection speed is not up to the mark, then the uploading process fails within that predefined timeout settings and this type of Connection Timeout error occurs and uploading starts again.
For solution to this issue, you just have to configure timeout settings in Filezilla.
The steps to change the settings according to your needs are given below:
Step 1: Open FileZilla client application on your desktop. A new window will open for FileZilla.
Step 2: Then click Edit on menu bar and select Settings option.
Step 3: A new small Settings window will open.
On the left side of the Settings window, there is a subsection called Select page. Select the top option called Connection (by default, it is selected when you open Settings window, if it is not, then select it manually). When you click on the connection link, you will get an option to set timeout on the right side. In that Timeout section, you will get an option to set timeout value from 0-599 seconds. Set this according to your need or you can disable these Timeout settings by setting its value to 0.
Step 4: Now click OK.
For checking packet loss in network, ping your FTP hostname and check atleast for 500 packets.
C:\>ping ftphost -t