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Author Topic: [1.06] FTP don't work  (Read 14793 times)

bripab007

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2009, 06:16:12 AM »

already I am not alone in this problem.

it is clear that the problem come from the ftp server itself and
not the bad port configuration whatsoever in
ssl or not, because local network there is no
port forwarding and even via the Internet by putting
nas in dmz, the result is the same!

Well, that's not the case for me.  I've gotten the FTPS to work just fine on both my LAN and across the WAN, after putting the DNS-323 in DMZ
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mcduarte2000

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #16 on: January 16, 2009, 11:50:30 AM »

Well, that's not the case for me.  I've gotten the FTPS to work just fine on both my LAN and across the WAN, after putting the DNS-323 in DMZ

Lucky you, with me even that doesn't work (my router is a DIR-655)... But anyway, that solution would create security problems, as my DNS-323 has all my data, I would not like to expose it so much to the outside world...

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bripab007

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2009, 08:16:45 PM »

I was not suggesting putting the DNS-323 in the DMZ; I merely did that to test that the FTPS server does work on the device, but we just need to figure out what ports to forward to it, so that it's protected by the stateful packet inspection firewall.
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powermick

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2009, 10:16:30 PM »

at home, even in dmz it does not work!

but why it works in dmz in Internet and in local network with nat it would not work?
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bripab007

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #19 on: January 19, 2009, 05:28:21 AM »

at home, even in dmz it does not work!

but why it works in dmz in Internet and in local network with nat it would not work?

Sounds like you have some other network issue causing your problem, then.
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bohemian

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #20 on: January 19, 2009, 10:42:19 PM »

I tested my dns-323 in different environments, different networks with a different router respectively.
of course different pc's(Windows XP sp2 and sp3).
The results of many trials was okay perfectly.
took it back and tested it again at home but ftp up/down loading doesn't work.
so, I degraded firmware to 1.05 for testing.
and then no problem with any of ftp client programs I have, include filezilla.

where to go? to f/w 1.05 supporting stable ftp function even though a bit points to be improved
or to f/w 1.06 forgiving unstable ftp?

regards.
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powermick

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #21 on: January 20, 2009, 12:05:33 AM »

because a 1.06 support unicode, and I need unicode to display file with hebrew name!!
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bripab007

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #22 on: January 20, 2009, 05:34:43 AM »

Bohemian, are you saying the normal, non-secure FTP server doesn't even work on firmware 1.06?

If so, then maybe you had a bad flash, since I think that's the first I've heard of someone's FTP server breaking with the new firmware.  We're all having problems with the secure FTP server, though.
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Omega7ven

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Re: [1.06] FTP don't work
« Reply #23 on: January 28, 2009, 12:54:09 AM »

Hey ho everyone.  After quite of bit of doing I was able to get my FTP to work.

I have a DIR-825 Router and the DNS-323 of course.  I also have a ADSL modem that is also a router.
I dmz'd the modem's router so that my DIR-825 got the direct traffic and it also acquired the true IP address.  I turned on the DNS-323's FTP server and port forwarded port 21 to my DNS.  It didn't work.

What I did find out after talking to a friend of mine is that my ISP may be blocking port 21 to my IP.  He suggested using a different port number to see if it works.

After quite a bit of trial and error I was finally able to get it to work:

1. dmz the modem's router to my DIR-825
2. turn on the FTP server and kept the port number at 21
Port       (1025 to 3688, 3690 to 49999, 65501 to 65535, Default: 21)
3. go and configure one setup in the Virtual Server in the DIR-825 to be your 'port foward'
4. call it whatever you want, I just called in FTP
5. select in the destination the DNS-323 and in the public port use a number different than 21.
6. in the copy and paste I put about from the DNS-323 it shows the port range of number that FTP uses.
7. I chose 1025 for the public port
8. in the private port put in 21
9. activate the radio button to make sure it's on and save and reboot
10. when you ftp in from another place make sure you put your ftp program on passive and make sure you put in 1025 as the port number to use (not 21).

example:  IP: 123.456.7.890  User name: john  Password: smith  Port; 1025

if using a web browser type in the address area like so:

ftp://john:smith@123.456.7.890:1050
or that doesn't work try
ftp://123.456.7.890:1050 and you should get a window prompt asking for user name and password.

I'm not very techy so I won't try to get elaborate as to how I understand how this works suffice to say that it showed to me that my ISP was blocking port 21 and using the routers virtual server I was able to use a different port and forward it to the DNS-323 and at that point still use port 21.

Give it a shot and see if it works for you all.  I hope it does.


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