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Changes between Version 81 and Version 82 of help/en/howto/connection


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Feb 19, 2018 1:37:26 PM (2 years ago)
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  • help/en/howto/connection

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    9999When attempting to open a connection, there is either a firewall blocking requests, or no server is listening at the given address and port. If you get this error while already connected to the server, the network connection to the server is too slow or has a too high latency. You can try to increase the connection timout in ''Preferences → Connection → Timeouts''.
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     101== Passwords ==
     102 * On macOS, manage your passwords with ''Keychain Access.app'' on Mac). Refer to [https://support.apple.com/kb/PH20093?locale=en_US Keychain for Mac: Keychain Access overview].
     103 * On Windows, passwords are saved in the ''Credential Manager''. You can view and delete your saved login information in ''Control Panel → User Accounts → Credential Manager → Windows Credentials''.
     104
    101105== Transcript ==
    102 
    103106Useful to look at issues is the transcript written to the log drawer. Choose ''View → Toggle Log Drawer''. All commands written to and read from the server are logged there if the drawer is open.
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    107110== Proxy Configuration ==
    108 
    109111The following proxies are supported:
    110112 * SOCKS Proxy for all connections.
     
    112114
    113115=== Mac ===
    114 
    115116The following proxy settings in ''System Preferences → Network'' are supported:
    116117 * The option ''Exclude simple hostnames'' is respected and applies to all hostnames not fully qualified.
     
    134135
    135136=== Connection → Timeouts ===
    136 
    137137You might need to adjust the timeout to wait for an answer from the server. The default is set to `30` seconds.
    138138
    139139=== Connection → Repeat failed networking tasks ===
    140 
    141140Failed transfers due to network connection issues such as a low latency can be choosen to be repeated with a configurable number of retries.
    142141
    143142=== Connection → Proxies ===
    144 
    145143Choose ''Cyberduck → Preferences → Connection → Use system proxy settings''. No additional configuration needed.
    146144
    147145=== General → Connection  → Use Keychain ===
    148 
    149 Search for and save passwords in keychains (Manage your passwords with ''Keychain Access.app'' on Mac). Refer to [https://support.apple.com/kb/PH20093?locale=en_US Keychain for Mac: Keychain Access overview].
    150 
    151 ~~ On Windows, passwords are encrypted using the Windows Data Protection API ([http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms995355.aspx DPAPI]) and stored in the `user.config` file in the [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/faq#Preferencesandapplicationsupportfileslocation application support] directory. ~~
    152 On Windows, passwords are saved in the ''Credential Manager''. You can view and delete your saved login information in ''Control Panel → User Accounts → Credential Manager → Windows Credentials''.
     146Search for and save passwords for connections.
    153147
    154148=== Prefer IPv6 adresses of DNS lookups ===
    155 
    156149A [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden configuration option]. Refer to #2539.
    157150{{{
     
    160153
    161154=== Disable Bonjour support ===
    162 
    163155A [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden configuration option].
    164156{{{
     
    173165}}}
    174166
    175 === ''Add to Keychain'' unchecked by default in login prompt ===
    176 
    177 Do not add password to Keychain upon successful login.
    178 {{{
    179 defaults write ch.sudo.cyberduck connection.login.addKeychain false
    180 }}}
    181 
    182167== Default protocol handler ==
    183 
    184168You can set Cyberduck or a third party application as the default application (protocol handler) for `FTP` and `SFTP` in ''Preferences → FTP'' and ''Preferences → SFTP'' respectively. When you click URLs in another application like your web browser, this application is opened to open the URL instead.
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    188172== Connection Profiles ==
    189 
    190173Connection profiles (`.cyberduckprofile`) are plugins describing specific connection settings for a hosting provider to make it easier to setup a connection to your provider. A connection profile is installed and adds a provider option in the protocol selection drop down menu in the ''Connection'' and ''Bookmark'' panels. No need to enter the connection details manually other than credentials.
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