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by jfletch
2018-10-31 21:35
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

The connections for this particular solution are occasional, single user, and single purpose. Forwarding one port on each server network has worked fine for a couple of years so far. The two sending networks (development and production) have had no issues as they are set to pass all outgoing traffic.
by jfletch
2018-10-31 16:26
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

Right, the command is named differently in the plugin that I am using. Sorry for the confusion. It does reference that cURL command, though. But, if it has nothing to do with FTP, it is just me grasping at straws. I never had all this trouble with SFTP. Why is FTPS such a pain to get all the ducks i...
by jfletch
2018-10-30 19:55
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

I tried to send it my IP address. (tried public and private) Used CURL.SetOptionDNSLocalIPv4. A quick search using an Internet search engine shows that this option isn't even part of curl but just some third-party software that uses curl. Well, not exactly: https://curl.haxx.se/libcurl/c/CURLOPT_DN...
by jfletch
2018-10-30 13:16
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

I tried to send my IP. Not sure the proper way to do that, but it still insists on using that weird IP. I have to use port 2222, so I thought that that was what PORT was referring to. This time I used the cURL command to use EPSV and it STILL shows EPRT in the log. I tried to send it my IP address. ...
by jfletch
2018-10-30 00:30
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

The other thing is, why does it pick up this exotic special purpose address? I've never seen this address family been used before. Two possible reasons for this: A bug in cURL, or a malicious firewall tampering with network traffic. Your guesses look better than mine. I'm going to go with the firew...
by jfletch
2018-10-29 17:03
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

So are you saying that the IP address can be specified through a cURL option? Should I send an address for it to work? I am not currently specifying anything. I don't recognize that address and I have no idea where it came from. I don't have access to the FileZilla server, but should I tell the clie...
by jfletch
2018-10-29 15:06
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP
Replies: 26
Views: 19838

Re: SFTP problem:421 Rejected command, requested IP address does not match control connection IP

Me, too. I read the Network Configuration document and I still can't tell what I am doing wrong. CyberDuck connects and works perfectly on passive mode. Attempting to connect with cURL, though, connects, authenticates, switches directory successfully and then fails with this: bind(port=0) on non-loc...