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boban@netmonitor:~$ tftp localhost
tftp> get test.txt
Received 12 bytes in 0.0 seconds
But, from other host, I'm getting:
boban@boban:~$ tftp 192.168.150.85
tftp> get test.txt
Transfer timed out.
Logs on tftp server shows:
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: Creating new socket: 192.168.150.85:37057
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: Serving test.txt to 192.168.150.66:35725
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: will do netascii convertion
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: recvmsg: Connection refused
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: tftpd_file.c: 926: recvfrom: Connection refused
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: Aborting transfer
Jan 16 15:20:40 netmonitor atftpd: Server thread exiting
There is no iptables filtering on both sides. Is there a way to solve this?
Check if your config use 'force passive mode'. see http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html
It means the server has to open two ports, the first port number is 21, the second is anywhere, you can set it in server settings. There is used a range (for example form 30000 to 40000 ). See your configs and allow that range for your FTP in your firewall.