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It was an SELinux problem. I disabled SELinux and it works now. (I know I shouldn't disable SELinux, but configure it correctly, but this is a development machine and having to deal with firewalls and SELinux during development is a PITA, so I always disabled them completely.)
Open your Terminal and type the following command apt-cache showpkg pure-ftpd
Is selinux enabled? If so, you may have to have some options set. You can check in your audit logs, say grep for AVC, or do a quick test with setenforce 0, and see if it works. If it does after that, then it is selinux, otherwise you would need to check other options.
I would say the list of IP addresses is only hold in memory. The server only has so "remember" some recent requests and can discard them after the specified time period has expired. It seems there is no documented way to get to this list. If you review your normal FTP logs you will see failed logins status 530, you can use LogParser or other tools to group ...
Like said fvu you can't use your http proxy to route ftp. And the easiest way is to use sftp. But you can do it using MobaXterm, an all in one remote connect software which provide many features for free, and more a correct price. Last way to proceed : create 1folder/server and setup rsync to use only the frontend as ftp.
Referring the following blog here. IIS FTP hosts provides two methods in which a client can tell the intended host. By using a virtual FTP Host and passing user credentials in the following manner: host|username By having a client that supports and is able to send the HOST command to let the FTP service know the host it intends to connect to. For ...
BACKGROUND Each FTP server implementation decides if/how to invoke access controls, per File Transfer Protocol (FTP) technical specification RFC 959: 2.2. TERMINOLOGY ... access controls Access controls define users' access privileges to the use of a system, and to the files in that system. Access controls are necessary to ...
Short summary of what can fix this issue. Worked for me. Azure VM - Firewall 1.1) Open Inbound port 21 1.2) Open few Inbound ports for Passive mode - Say 1035 to 1040 Azure VM - FileZilla Server 2.1) In settings - Change Passive ports to 1035 to 1040 ( or what ever ports you opened in 1.2 above ) 2.2) For "External Server IP" option, use "Retrieve ...
Another way is to create a bash script like this: #! /bin/bash ftp -n << 'EOF' open ftp.your_ftp_host.com quote USER your_username_here quote PASS your_password_here cd gets prompt no mget *.txt . bye EOF
This should work universally: $ pure-ftpd --help | head -1 pure-ftpd v1.0.36 [privsep]
OK, this works: yum info pure-ftpd But still wondering if there's a more generic way?
Commands that start with an exclamation mark ! escape the FTP client and are executed locally with the rights of your local user. The don't run on the server, actually they won't even reach the server, so there is nothing for vsftpd to block.
SSH's sftp server has some additional requirements for chroot directories, ie. user cant have write access to chroot dir in some enviroments this might be a problem. If You also need ftp/ftps I would suggest giving mod_sftp a go. We are using it in production on about 20 servers with over 10k accounts with almost nil problems (sftp is the least used ...
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