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revised Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
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Mar
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comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
The hosts for our cloud servers have confirmed that nothing is changing port numbers. Sigh, I hate computers
Mar
20
comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
I get the feeling the person(s) I've been dealing with at the storage company are very junior, but they did ask their NOC who "confirmed" the range... that's why I'm here!!
Mar
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comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
I'll talk to my server hosts and see if they have anything to say. I've been dealing with them over this entire issue as well, so I can't believe it is the case
Mar
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comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
But of course it could be that the IP you connect to is not the IP of the original server but of a firewall/router in front of it.... that is a fair comment, but if that was the case, wouldn't the storage company tell me that, rather than continuously state their range is 1025-5000?
Mar
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comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
Capturing anything server-side is out of the question - the server is the FTP server of a cloud storage company. Maybe I need to ask the company hosting our cloud servers (that are creating the FTP connection to the storage site) if it is possible that the port is being altered at their end
Mar
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comment Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
Thanks Steffen - does it make any difference that the IP is exactly as it should be in the logs? In other words, the IP in the logs is the actual IP address of the FTP site for the cloud storage company
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asked Passive FTP high port range - could the port actually be different?
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accepted Cannot disable password expiry on Server 2012
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answered Cannot disable password expiry on Server 2012
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comment Cannot disable password expiry on Server 2012
Bingo - you're right, @joe, thank you. If you make that an answer, I will mark as selected
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asked Cannot disable password expiry on Server 2012