When I FTP files to one particular host that I use, the files always end up on the host server as zero byte files. But the problem is with one specific host. I can upload files to other hosts with no problems.
I am running Windows 7 Home Premium. The FTP client software I have tried was RhinoSoft FTP Voyager, FireFTP plugin for Firefox, and Filezilla. All work fine for the other hosts to which I upload. But just with one particular host, every upload results in the file being transferred being saved as a 0 byte file on the host. .I've tried the transfers at home, where I have U-verse, and also at work, via my employer's network. I get the same results, successful transfers to all hosts except one particular host.
I tested logging into the host using the ftp command in the Windows Command Prompt and using the "put" command. When I do that, the files transfer successfully.
Does the fact that the files transfer correctly via the Windows command prompt, but transfer as 0 byte files via the ftp clients offer any clues as to what might be wrong?
Thanks in advance for any ideas on this.