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T4ke

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Hey Guys,

I'm using Windows Server 2k3 as OS and Filezilla as FTP server.
My firewall is the Kerio Winroute Firewall 6.4.2.
Now my problem is that the speed is very very slow when I'm uploading something to my FTP server and KWF is active.
I've created a rule for FTP in the traffic policy, so it should work (it does, but slow).
If it's deactivated I dont have any speed problems.
I've deactivated the connectionlimit and I dont use any bandwidth limits or similiar, so I can't imagine what could cause this problem.
Does anyone have a solution for it or mabye the same problem?

Thanks for answering,

T4ke

[Updated on: Sat, 12 April 2008 18:44]

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Deju

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Try to switch off Protocol Inspector on this rule.
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T4ke

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If I deactivate the Protocol Inspector on the FTP rule, I can't execute the LIST Command anymore.
FileZilla Client says the following:

Antwort: 200 Type set to I
Befehl: PASV
Antwort: 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,178,155,4,57)
Befehl: LIST
Antwort: 425 Can't open data connection.


Any idea?
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T4ke

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Does nobody has a solution for my problem? Sad
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Deju

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T4ke
what is the mode in ftp-client?
passive or active
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T4ke

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usually it is passive, but I also tried active with a small port range, which was also configured in the ftp rule in KWF.
Active and passive are at the same (slow) speed.
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