File Adaptor CC Error

Hello All,
I am getting following error in SAP PI File Adaptor Communication Channel error:
File processing failed with Error when getting an FTP connection from connection pool: com.sap.aii.af.lib.util.concurrent.ResourcePoolException: Unable to create new pooled resource: FTPEx: Not logged in.
Is this related to User authentication error or its internal SAP PI File Adaptor error?
THanks
Rajeev

Hi Rajeev,
  Error when getting an FTP connection from connection pool - means XI server is not able to communicate with FTP server... just ask your FTP server network guys to open the firewall settings of FTP server for XI server..
Check my reply on this thread...
FTP Server Connection issue
Regds,
Pinangshuk.

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