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Windows 2003 Server + G6FTP Server Problem


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I have a Windows 2003 Server machine that had Bullet Proof FTP Server running on it. It ran fine using port 27015 for the FTP and ports 50000-50100 for the passive connection. Unfortunatley I needed some functions that Bullet Proof did not provide, So I have moved to G6FTP Server, I cannot seem to connect up to my FTP now. At first I thought it was because I was using non standard ports for my FTP server. So I reverted them back to the defaults of port 21 and 1024-1025. I also reconfigured the port forwarding on my Linksys WRT64G Router.

I can connect up to my FTP server using another machine on my network, But If I try to connect to the FTP server from my connection at work, I get the following....

Status:	Connecting to ****.kicks-***.net ...
Status: Connected with ****.kicks-***.net. Waiting for welcome message...
Response: 220 Gene6 FTP Server v3.9.0 (Build 2) ready...
Command: USER upload
Response: 331 Password required for upload.
Command: PASS ******
Response: 230 User upload logged in.
Command: SYST
Response: 215 UNIX Type: L8
Command: FEAT
Response: 211-Extensions supported:
Response: AUTH TLS
Response: CCC
Response: CLNT
Response: CPSV
Response: EPRT
Response: EPSV
Response: MDTM
Response: MFCT
Response: MFMT
Response: MLST type*;size*;create;modify*;
Response: MODE Z
Response: PASV
Response: PBSZ
Response: PROT
Response: SIZE
Response: SSCN
Response: TVFS
Response: UTF8
Response: XCRC "filename" SP EP
Response: XMD5 "filename" SP EP
Response: XSHA1 "filename" SP EP
Response: 211 End.
Command: CLNT FileZilla
Response: 200 Noted.
Command: OPTS UTF8 ON
Response: 200 UTF8 OPTS ON
Status: Connected
Status: Retrieving directory listing...
Command: PWD
Response: 257 "/" is current directory.
Command: MODE Z
Response: 200 Mode Z ok.
Response: 200 MODE OPTS 8
Command: TYPE A
Response: 200 Type set to A.
Command: PASV
Error: Disconnected from server
Error: Could not retrieve directory listing
Error: Timeout detected!

Edited by phillyman2004
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I haven't used Gene6 in a few years, but it may (judging by your connection log) be an Active FTP server. Active FTP servers require you to forward both ports 20 & 21. As apposed to a PASV FTP server (like MS FTP) which only requires you forward port 21.

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