Troubleshooting FileZilla FTP connection. 530 login authentication failed godaddy ftp. If you have built using the FileZilla FTP to connect to a problem with your hosting account, look at the following information to help you solve the problem.

incorrect password

If you do not enter the correct password, your hosting account, resulting in the following error FileZilla:

Command: PASS **********
Response: 530 Login authentication failed
Error: Critical Error
Error: Unable to connect to server
To solve this problem, you need to reset the password (Network and classic / of cPanel / The Plesk).

Incorrect username

If you do not enter the correct user name, FileZilla does not produce a unique error.

However, if you do not know the user name of your hosting account, you can find it in your control panel (Web and classic / of cPanel / The Plesk).

Incorrect DNS information

Your domain name must point to your hosting account. This happens to point your domain’s DNS record is added to the IP address of your hosting account. If you do not know exactly what that means, do not worry. You can use this information to check for problems.

To check your domain name’s DNS information

Locate and note the IP address of your hosting account (networks and classic / of cPanel / The Plesk).
Please check your domain A record, and change it if necessary. For more information, see Managing DNS for your domain. You are looking for A (host) record in its host column @. It should be with your hosting account IP address.
Other DNS connectivity issues

There may affect your ability to connect to use FileZilla you hosting account, you can use a different value as FileZilla in your ability to solve problems such host.

Try entering, instead of under your domain name to your host, (in each case, your domain name replace coolexample.com) in FileZilla are:

IP address of your hosting account. For more information, see What is the IP address of my website?
ftp.coolexample.com
ftp://coolexample.com
FTP: // your IP address, for example, ftp: //1.1.1.1