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Hi, I am running winroute 4.2.5 on a windows 2000 server.
The server has one default outgoing interface and on network card for the internal lan.

I am trying to ftp a file remotely to a unix box behind the firewall.

I have port mapping for port 20/21 pointing to Unix box .
If i telnet remotely to (ip address of unix box port 20 i connect to the ftpserver.
I can login and start a ftp transfer howerver.....
Im trying to send a 6mb file it creates the file however it is ) bites and in Dos comes back with "Connection reset by PEER"

This definately looks like a fiewall problem as I can ftp the same file over ISDN not going through the firewall.
The strange thing is that it can ftp a file thas 60 kb, but not anything larger than a !mb!!!!!!!!!!!!!

On the incoming interface i did creat e an IP any any just for testing purposes and still experienced the same problem.
Have tried passive ftp with the same result.

Anyone an ideas.?????

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