can't connect via ftp on my lan...this is iptapbles configurations....
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Are you able to to login the ftp server(ie you see the welcome message ans such) but unable to establish data transfer, or you cannot connect at all?
by the way if you're running standard services on these ports you don't need to open udp port 21,22 and 80
thanx for your time....
i have the account, username and passwd....but i can't connect....the linux does not permit the connection.....is not a problem about file trasnfert but it's about a refused ftp connection....!!! can you help me???
from the linux to the web i can use the ftp....but i can't use it from my pc to the linux....
.the internal pc should be ok for any ftp connection....i conneced it to a console and it was ok...but connecting to the linux host the connection is refused......sorry for my english....
hi! the problem is solved!
In reality there was not wrong lines with iptables but i needed only one very stupid (as me) line:
ftpd -p 21
This to activate the DARPA server process.....that is a service that listens at the port 21.....i'm sorry but i didn't know this simple thing...my distribution (mandrake 10.0), i don't know for the other ones, doesn't provide an automatic service, maybe for security reasons, and you must abiltate the correct one......
At the end for the firwall i decided to use a very good one, ideal for my configuration (eth0 inet Linux, eth1 LAN windows), found at this link: