Ftp conection refused error
Here is the scenario
On the web server itself I created a user test
I can ftp local host login and run the dir command and transfer files
Now on my second pc I can login fine using test user
but when i run dir or try transfering files i get
227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,102,150,125)
ftp: connect: Connection refused
So i tried my third PC (Winblowz 98)
It works fine from there -- Go figure :rolleyes:
so its just my main linux workstation messing up
Any ideas why I get that connection refused when i use simple commands from a different pc on my network? :scratch:
Turn off passive mode on the machine that can't connect should probably do the trick.
Wow that was too easy
I think im going bugged eyed playing with all this too much today
now i feel like a real :newbie:
never even thought of that
But on a side note
I can run pas to turn it off everytime i log in is there a way to just turn it off permanetly in some config file?
Not sure about a permanent fix to make it not use passive. What ftp program are you using, command line or cgui based? Is this from Linux or a Windows machine?
Basic ftp command from terminal
on the server im running vsftpd
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