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PostPosted: 2010-08-25 19:05 
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Alright, so first off my FTPS and FTPES is working just fine using PASV. I made another account and took off the "Force SSL for user login" so that this login could just use normal FTP (?). I do not have "Disallow plain unencrypted FTP" in the settings.

This is what happens:

Filezilla client 3.3.4.1:
Status: Resolving address of external.carinsurance.bz
Status: Connecting to 216.53.134.203:21...
Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message...
Response: 220-Welcome to the CarInsurance.com FTP Server
Response: 220 Access is monitored. Unauthorized access is striclty prohibited.
Command: USER (username here)
Response: 331 Password required for (username here)
Command: PASS ********
Response: 230 Logged on
Command: SYST
Response: 215 UNIX emulated by FileZilla
Command: FEAT
Response: 211-Features:
Response: MDTM
Response: REST STREAM
Response: SIZE
Response: MODE Z
Response: MLST type*;size*;modify*;
Response: MLSD
Response: AUTH SSL
Response: AUTH TLS
Response: UTF8
Response: CLNT
Response: MFMT
Response: 211 End
Status: Connected
Status: Retrieving directory listing...
Command: PWD
Response: 257 "/" is current directory.
Command: TYPE I
Response: 200 Type set to I
Command: PASV
Error: Disconnected from server: ECONNABORTED - Connection aborted
Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing

FileZilla Server 0.9.36:
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> Connected, sending welcome message...
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> 220-Welcome to the CarInsurance.com FTP Server
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> 220 Access is monitored. Unauthorized access is striclty prohibited.
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> USER (username here)
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> 331 Password required for (username here)
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (not logged in) (109.203.103.134)> PASS ********
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 230 Logged on
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> SYST
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 215 UNIX emulated by FileZilla
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> FEAT
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 211-Features:
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> MDTM
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> REST STREAM
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> SIZE
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> MODE Z
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> MLST type*;size*;modify*;
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> MLSD
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> AUTH SSL
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> AUTH TLS
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> UTF8
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> CLNT
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> MFMT
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:33 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 211 End
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> PWD
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 257 "/" is current directory.
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> TYPE I
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 200 Type set to I
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> PASV
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:34 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> 227 Entering Passive Mode (216,53,134,203,195,82)
(000005)8/25/2010 14:59:35 PM - (username here) (109.203.103.134)> disconnected.

I've replaced the actual username with just "(username here) " obviously

I have opened ports 50000-50099 UDP and TCP,990 TCP,21 TCP on my firewall and it names the WAN IP --> Local and Local --> WAN. Normal users who login using FTPS and FTPES still work just fine, but normal FTP doesn't seem to work. This is a business so there isn't anything wrong with the provider screwing up the FTP connection (other FTP servers work fine). And yes I've read the network configuration guide.

Ideas?


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PostPosted: 2010-08-25 19:10 
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500 Command not understood

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I should note that if I do active it gets past there but then does this:

Command: TYPE I
Response: 200 Type set to I
Command: PORT 109,203,103,134,194,13
Response: 200 Port command successful
Command: MLSD
Response: 150 Opening data channel for directory list.
Response: 425 Can't open data connection.
Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing


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PostPosted: 2010-08-25 21:16 
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226 Transfer OK
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I have opened ports 50000-50099 UDP and TCP,990 TCP,21 TCP on my firewall
FTP uses only TCP.

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and it names the WAN IP --> Local and Local --> WAN. Normal users who login using FTPS and FTPES still work just fine, but normal FTP doesn't seem to work. This is a business so there isn't anything wrong with the provider screwing up the FTP connection
It's your router (or a firewall) doing this. Please read http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Netwo ... a_sabotage.

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PostPosted: 2010-08-25 21:35 
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You do not need UDP.

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This is a business so there isn't anything wrong with the provider screwing up the FTP connection (other FTP servers work fine).


There have been many cases before where users of so-called "business connections" were not allowed to host servers and incoming ports were blocked by their providers.


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