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PostPosted: 2009-02-24 21:03 
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504 Command not implemented

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I'm a bit confused about setting the range of ports to use in passive mode. I've set this several different ways, finally settled on ports 5000 - 5250. I've forwarded those ports on the router and allowed access on the local firewall.

Here's the deal. When FileZilla responds to the passive mode request, the log indicates the proper port (...19 ,155 or 5000) is being sent. BUT, the actual port being sent and responded on is 4981, so the traffic never gets back to the server, as those ports aren't forwarded at the router. I got around the problem by specifying ports 5019-5250 but am wondering if I'm misunderstanding something or is this a bug in FileZilla server?

I've updated to FileZilla Server 0.9.30


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PostPosted: 2009-02-25 03:53 
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No bug in Filezilla server. It's aggressive data sabotage by your router/firewall. Try changing the listening port.

http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Netwo ... a_sabotage

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