Your attempt 1) is pretty clearly an error in specifying the file name and location. I see that in attempt 2) you specify name and location differently and are getting a different error. Perhaps it is an error related to user name and password as Dandy seems to be addressing. But I am not so sure that this is the case. I think if it were a name and password issue the error message would not indicate protocol error.
I have encountered the protocol error in attempting ftp transfers before. Usually the ftp server has a log generated by the ftp program or daemon. I have found that log to be very helpful in finding the cause of the protocol error as it usually has a pretty clear description of the error.
I am sure different implementations of ftp may have different requirements. At a customer site the ftp implementation checks incoming requests and attempts to do a DNS resolution of the address to a name. And if it can not resolve the address to a name it will generate that protocol error message on the router. So given the little bit that we know about your environment that would be my first guess about your problem.
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