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I'm using ProFTPd 1.2.10 on RedHat FC2. I have the computer set up as an HTTP, mail, and FTP server. I have no problems whatsoever when I try to log ...
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- 09-20-2004 #1
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- Sep 2004
ProFTPd Config Problem
I'm using ProFTPd 1.2.10 on RedHat FC2. I have the computer set up as an HTTP, mail, and FTP server. I have no problems whatsoever when I try to log into the FTP server using a private IP address (10.0.0.x), but when I try to log in (with the same user) via a hostname (hostname.com, www.hostname.com, or ftp.hostname.com) or the public IP address, I receive a "500 Illegal PORT command" error after the login completes and tries to send me a directory listing.
This system's HTTP, mail, and ssh servers are accessible via hostname and public IP. The only service that won't allow me access via hostname or public IP is FTP.
I've tried adding a VirtualHost entry with the desired hostname in my proftpd.conf file, but that doesn't seem to help. Here's what that looks like:
ServerName "Hostname.com FTP Server"
Thanks in advance for any help given.
- 09-20-2004 #2
- 09-21-2004 #3
Try using passive in your ftp client not sure what client your using but itll have it. And dont use webmin to fix things do it via the cli then you wont get stuck having to use webmin for everything.
- 09-21-2004 #4