vsftpd server not listing ( 425 Failed to establish connection)
Yesterday my ftp was working and today when I try to connect from my ftp client to my server (remotely) I get this:
[02/07/2012 03:39:33 p.m.] REST 0
[02/07/2012 03:39:33 p.m.] 350 Restart position accepted (0).
COMANDO:> [02/07/2012 03:39:33 p.m.] PORT 192,168,1,30,210,251
[02/07/2012 03:39:33 p.m.] 200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
COMANDO:> [02/07/2012 03:39:33 p.m.] LIST
[02/07/2012 03:40:33 p.m.] 425 Failed to establish connection.
I read somewhere that could be a firewall issue so I tried disabling firewall but nothing.
This is my vsftpd conf:
I didnt make any changes on the server to crash ftp
I also did a
to disable iptables and now I cant see my old iptables config :/
Please any help I dont want to crash my entire server.
I have a centOS 5.8 32 bits server.
Thanks in advance
Its kind of an off the wall solution but something I have run into on CentOS w/ vsftpd is problems with the ip_conntrack_ftp module not being loaded correctly causing this issue.
Sorry for bother but it was my client ftp set on PORT I set it to AUTO and now works.
Its weird cause I set it to PORT cause before I had errors on AUTO, but now is the opposite.
And because of this now I cant see my iptables conf!
Is any way to restore the /etc/init.d/iptables save command to get it like before?
Yes, see the man page for "iptables-restore".
When you ran the save command it should have saved it to your /tmp/ directory at /tmp/$IPTABLES.XXXXXX
Thank you Kustom42 , I had the same issue on the CentOS6. this command solved it for me.:D
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