In attempting to transfer all files from one web server ("source") to another ("destination"), the wget command is connecting via FTP, but cannnot proceed beyond the PASV command.
I'm using an SSH connection to the "destination" server (a Linux box on shared hosting) to run the wget command.
The "source" server is a Microsoft server, and the FTP client on my desktop has no problem with it.
Here's the command I'm using to initiate the transfer:
wget -m ftp://username:'firstname.lastname@example.org
The login is successful, then these commands are issued:
==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done. ==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD not needed. ==> ... couldn't connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port 1128: Connection timed out Retrying.
With the "couldn't connect" error, on each retry, it attempts a different port number (not 21, which it has already successfully connected to). The first time I made a note of the error, it tried ports in the 487X range.
I can't tell if the issue is on the Microsoft ("source") server side or on the Linux ("client") side.