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dgorman

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Hi,
I have be reading the forum on FTP but still can't get around How to setup my ftp properly.

When I ftp remotely i connect and i can login but when i try a directory listing it hangs.It sounds like ftp-data comng back is the problem.
When it hangs and i quit out it logs the following...

10/Jul/2007 14:09:26] {ftp_handler} [ 7271 ] command: QUIT
[10/Jul/2007 14:09:26] {ftp_handler} [ 7271 ] response: 221 Goodbye.
[10/Jul/2007 14:09:27] {ftp_handler} [ 7271 ] ftp_read_command(): recv() failed, code 0
[10/Jul/2007 14:09:27] {ftp_handler} [ 7271 ] cleaned

My rules are

Ftp in
Source : myoutside ip
Destination: firewall
Service :tcp,20,21,
Translation: map to unix box on the lan
Inspector : default

Ftp out:
Source : Lan
Destination: internet nic
Translation : default outgoing
Inspector:default

Hope Someone can help , a lot of people come across this problem but there doesnt seem to be a post with the actual rules to be used!!
Thanks a mill
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Henning

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Remember to use single port FTP or enable UPnP
This did the trick for me.

/Henning

[Updated on: Tue, 10 July 2007 16:53]

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dgorman

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Hi,
Thanks for the response ,

Excuse my ignorance but what do you mean when you say use single port ftp.???

is this a setting i set within kwf.
I enabled upnp and still no joy..

Let me know if you have any other suggestions.
Tks a mill



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Henning

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Sorry wrong formulation, passive FTP it the correct term, but the idea is the same; only use port 21.

/Henning
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dgorman

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Still no joy,
Has to be my ougoing rule i think Sad
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