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Limit FTP client ports?

Okay so I use the simple linux ftp client to download/upload files off ftp servers. I have an iptables firewall which blocks most of the ports and I have to close the firewall for it to work. Although ...
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Access Denied for Specific FTP Client

I have a couple FTP servers setup which I am unable to access using a particular client machine. The client is a Windows 2012 server in my company's network over which I do not have admin rights. ...
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816 views

Debugging a connection refused response on port 21

My colleagues and I are having trouble accessing Heart Internet's FTP servers. We are running a mixture of Macs and PCs and we have a Linux box in the office too. None of our machines can connect. ...
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Can a FTP server use control port other than 21 (default control port)?

Can a ftp server listen on any other port than 21 (default control port to which any FTP client initiates the connection to)? If yes, how does the client know on which port it has to initiate the ...
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333 views

Enable alternative FTP port on Windows Server 2008 R2

I have Windows Server 2008 R2 installed and using XLight FTP Server. I need to use 2221 port as FTP. I've created rules in FireWall, also run commands: netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="FTP ...
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102 views

GRSEC Not allowing Active FTP on Privileged ports

I've been testing an issue with FTP Active transfers recently and I've narrowed down a problem. On my GRSEC enabled kernel, FTP Active transfers fail to establish on Privileged ports. Using identical ...
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1answer
140 views

VSFTPD problem on Centos 5.4 with different port

I'm changing over my server to operate ftp on different ports than standard 20/21 accomodate a nas on the same network. I have changed the ports to 201/202 but cannot connect locally from a pc on the ...
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Solution to configure a NAS's FTP through blocked ports

Here's my problem in a nutshell: 1) My ISP blocks FTP ports on their side (not on the router, so I can't control that) 2) My Buffalo NAS won't let me change the default FTP ports 3) My ISP's ...
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FTP hangs on: 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection

I am setting up an FTP server on my Windows 2008 server (R2). Everything appears to be installed correctly but I am having trouble using an FTP Client to login to my FTP server. I can remote desktop ...
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TCP port > 1023 or TCP port > 1024 for inbound passive ftp traffic?

From Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Inbound Rules window shows the following setting: By right-clicking the selected row above and choose Properties, we have The Properties window says ...
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550 views

Why was the FTP protocol designed to use more than one port?

The question is in the title. The reason I wonder this is because I'm coding an tcp service and would like to explore some of the reasons as they may shed some light on my work.
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Run a script after someone connects to FTP

I want to run a bash script everytime someone opens an FTP session on Linux. Ideally, the solution should be compatible with any FTP server. Perhaps a way to detect when credentials are accepted at a ...
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Why won't my router forward ports correctly?

I have a Linksys RV042 dual-wan router (which directly responds to any traffic at *.*.*.*) and my FTP server is running Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 and IIS. My server's local IP address is *.*.*.* ...
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Allow curlftpfs though iptables firewall, how?

I'v allowed FTP ports 21 and 20 which then allows me to connect to my FTP server via "ftp" command, but I still can't get curlftpfs to work. What ports does curlftpfs all use? Or is their something ...
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Is it possible for DNS to direct traffic to different ports? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server Right now I have a DNS CNAME record that makes ftp.angryoctopus.net an alias for the actual FTP URL ...
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ftp connection problem, vsftp server, active mode

I have a server that runs vsftpd to handle ftp connections. One of my users have a notebook with Total Commander and WinSCP installed. Both ftp clients fail right after the connection is established ...
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FTP/SSL in passive mode with portrange, which ports has to be open on the firewall?

We have to use FTP over SSL on our server and use a portrange with 5 ports for the data connection. A firewall is between client and server. We have to know what we have to open at the firewall: port, ...
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How to Limit FTP Ports when using IIS6 FTP Service on Alternate FTP Port?

I would like to set up an FTP service on a non-standard port (i.e. not 21) using the FTP service in IIS 6 on a Windows 2008 Server. I have set it up and tested it locally - it all works. However I ...
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What firewall ports do I need to open when using FTPS?

I need to access an ftps server (vsftpd) on a vendor's site. The vendor has a firewall in front of the ftps server and I have a firewall in front of my ftps client. I understand that ports 990, 991 ...