Setting up Pfsense 2.0 for FTP connections
I have setup pfsense 2.0 with squid in my office and its working fine. Only problem I am facing is that I have 2 FTP server on diffrent locations. I can FTP one server which requires PASV mode smoothly. The other FTP server is filezilla FTP server, Requires Active mode. I got error always 425 can't open data connection.
But from pfsense 1.2.3 Its ok for both of the FTP server no problem.
Can you please help me to resolve this issue. I have checked setting filezilla server for PASV mode too but no luck.
Thanks & Regards,
Active FTP requires ports 20 and 21 to be forwarded to the FTP server. Are you forwarding both of those ports to the filezilla ftp server?
http://skear.hubpages.com/hub/Port-Forw … figure-NAT
I think there is a miss understanding. In NAT i thanks I can port FWD to Internal network. MY Active FTP server is IN other country (other network) and I am accessing it from a network with the pfsense firewall. Can you please explain how to fwd ports for this . As in your example link its a NAT port fwd for internal webserver.
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