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Old 08-29-2003, 08:35 PM   #1
EchoVibes
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Question Pureftp+FXP behind a router


Well, I'm a newbie around here, and I have a pretty nasty problem.
I'm am behind a cisco soho70 router and all my internal boxes have a static ip (192.168.0.*), and my external ip is dynamic.
One of my boxes run redhat 9 with pureftpd.
I can't make FXP to work.
I have 21 TCP/UDP port forwarded to the correct box, and also a lot of TCP/UDP ports too. (5010-5032).
Iptables are off (service iptables stop).
I run pureftpd server like this
pure-ftpd -w -W -d -p 5010:5032 -P 213.13.18.250 &
(213.13.18.250 is my external ip at that moment)
external users can login, can list directories, can put files, can get files.... but fxp just doesn't work.... What am I doing wrong? Anyone?
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