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FTP issues E3000

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by BaxterX, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. BaxterX

    BaxterX Networkin' Nut Member

    HEllo All,

    I recently installed the 1.28.9054 MIPSR2-beta E3000 USB vpn3.6 firmware on my E3000 routeur.
    I face FTP disconnection when reaching the server from the WAN.Here's server's the log:
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7639]: [XXX] OK LOGIN: Client "89.80.46.132"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "230 Login successful."
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "SYST"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "215 UNIX Type: L8"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "PWD"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "257 "/""
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "TYPE I"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "200 Switching to Binary mode."
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "EPSV"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||11356|)."
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "SIZE /"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "550 Could not get file size."
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "CWD /"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "250 Directory successfully changed."
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP command: Client "89.80.46.132", "LIST"
    Feb 12 16:17:44 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "150 Here comes the directory listing."
    Feb 12 16:17:45 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7649]: [XXX] FTP response: Client "89.80.46.132", "226 Directory send OK."

    Did you notice the strange "229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||11356|)."?

    However, from the LAN I don't have any problems:


    Feb 12 16:20:45 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7978]: [Serveur] OK LOGIN: Client "192.168.1.2"
    Feb 12 16:20:45 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "230 Login successful."
    Feb 12 16:20:45 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP command: Client "192.168.1.2", "PWD"
    Feb 12 16:20:45 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "257 "/""
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP command: Client "192.168.1.2", "PASV"
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,1,1,221,51)."
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP command: Client "192.168.1.2", "TYPE A"
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "200 Switching to ASCII mode."
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP command: Client "192.168.1.2", "LIST -a"
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "150 Here comes the directory listing."
    Feb 12 16:20:52 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP response: Client "192.168.1.2", "226 Directory send OK."
    Feb 12 16:20:56 unknown ftp.info vsftpd[7980]: [Serveur] FTP command: Client "192.168.1.2", "PASV"

    This prevents me froma ccessing the FTP server from outside the LAN. How could I solve this?
     
  2. BaxterX

    BaxterX Networkin' Nut Member

  3. Porter

    Porter LI Guru Member

  4. BaxterX

    BaxterX Networkin' Nut Member

    Well, to be honest, I didn't read this as it works with Filezilla. So I'm not going to dig any deeper.
    Thanks anyway.
     

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