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Hi, I'm trying to set up a server on my G4, OS X 10.2.6 and I'm having trouble doing so... :-( I'm using CrushFtp and sitting in a small network with a D-link router connecting us. So, I have problem when trying to connect to my server. If I look in CrushFtp everything seems ok and it says someone is connected, and I get a welcome message when using fetch: 220-Welcome to CrushFTP! 220 CrushFTP Server Ready. 230-Valkommen till Per Kareheds ftp-server! (welcome to...) 230 Password OK. Connected. But still, i don't get a listing of files in fetch and ...

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    Default ftp server problems

    Hi,

    I'm trying to set up a server on my G4, OS X 10.2.6 and I'm having
    trouble doing so... :-(

    I'm using CrushFtp and sitting in a small network with a D-link router
    connecting us. So, I have problem when trying to connect to my server.
    If I look in CrushFtp everything seems ok and it says someone is
    connected, and I get a welcome message when using fetch:

    220-Welcome to CrushFTP!
    220 CrushFTP Server Ready.

    230-Valkommen till Per Kareheds ftp-server! (welcome to...)
    230 Password OK. Connected.

    But still, i don't get a listing of files in fetch and sometimes (not
    always) after a while Fetch says something like "are you behind a
    firewall bla bla bla.. use passive mode"

    I've opened port 21 in my firewall and tried connecting with both
    passive mode and non-passive. Also tried opening port 20, but with
    same result.

    If anybody has had the same problem and know what to do about it I
    would really be grateful for help.

    Thanks!
    Per Kårehed Guest

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    Default Re: ftp server problems

    >But still, i don't get a listing of files in fetch and sometimes (not
    >always) after a while Fetch says something like "are you behind a
    >firewall bla bla bla.. use passive mode"
    You need to open SEVERAL ports on an FTP server. Generally speaking, on the
    server side, ports 20 and 21 and all ports greater than 1024 should be opened.

    See:

    [url]http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html[/url]

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    Tacit Guest

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    Default FTP server problems

    I'm trying to set up a FTP server using vsftpd. Everything works fine as long as I connect via localhost, but external hosts can't seem to connect to my server. Connecting using the internal IP (192.168.0.3) from another system connected to the same router works.

    My router (NETGEAR DG834) is set up to forward ports 20 and 21, plus 3000-3050 for PASV. My vsftpd.conf looks as follows:


    listen=YES

    anonymous_enable=NO
    dirmessage_enable=YES

    connect_from_port_20=YES

    nopriv_user=vsftpnpu

    local_enable=YES
    userlist_enable=YES
    userlist_deny=NO
    userlist_file=/root/vsftpd.user_list
    chroot_local_user=YES

    pasv_min_port=3000
    pasv_max_port=3050

    xferlog_enable=YES
    log_ftp_protocol=YES


    Any ideas?

    Ulf Magnusson Guest

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    Default Re: FTP server problems

    On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 22:35:25 +0100
    Ulf Magnusson <ulfma629student.liu.se> wrote:
    > I'm trying to set up a FTP server using vsftpd. Everything works fine
    > as long as I connect via localhost, but external hosts can't seem to
    > connect to my server. Connecting using the internal IP (192.168.0.3)
    > from another system connected to the same router works.
    >
    > My router (NETGEAR DG834) is set up to forward ports 20 and 21, plus
    > 3000-3050 for PASV. My vsftpd.conf looks as follows:
    >
    my vsftpd-setup works fine, see below the differences in the
    config-file, (and are you running ipfw or pf or ipfilter on the
    ftp-server itself ?), HTH
    >
    > listen=YES
    >
    listen=YES
    listen_address=192.168.2.16
    > pasv_min_port=3000
    > pasv_max_port=3050
    pasv_enable=YES
    pasv_min_port=49152
    pasv_max_port=65534
    pasv_address=192.168.2.16
    pasv_promiscuous=YES

    albi@scii.nl Guest

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