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nslu2 ftp connection problem

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by 3ntr0py, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. 3ntr0py

    3ntr0py Guest

    hey folks. this is my first post here as i just became a member of the nslu2 community. i've had a few speed bumps getting everything going, but i think i have it running fairly smoothly at this point. it's still all stock, but i'm thinking about eventually hacking it a la nslu2-linux.org. anyway, on to my issue...

    like i said, i've got the slug up and running on my network and serving files just fine. the issue that i am having is ftp related. i've got my port forwarding set up on my router and i can connect via cuteFTP just fine from my fiends house, but i can't connect using the EXACT same settings from my office. i would initially think that maybe it has something to do with the corporate firewall that i am behind, but i don't think so because i CAN connect to other FTP servers from my office. it seems to only be an issue with my nslu2 ftp server.

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

    here's what is in the cuteFTP status window...(obviously i replaced my ip's with 0.0.0.0)

    STATUS:> Getting listing ""...
    STATUS:> Connecting to FTP server 0.0.0.0 (ip = 0.0.0.0)...
    STATUS:> Socket connected. Waiting for welcome message...
    220 FTP server at 0.0.0.0 ready.
    STATUS:> Connected. Authenticating...
    COMMAND:> USER user
    331 Password please.
    COMMAND:> PASS *******
    230 User logged in.
    STATUS:> Login successful.
    COMMAND:> PWD
    257 "/" is the current working directory.
    STATUS:> Home directory: /
    COMMAND:> FEAT
    211-Extensions supported:
    XPWD
    EPRT
    EPSV
    ALLO
    APPE
    MDTM
    XCWD
    XCUP
    XMKD
    XRMD
    REST
    SIZE
    211 End
    STATUS:> This site supports features.
    STATUS:> This site supports SIZE.
    STATUS:> This site can resume broken downloads.
    COMMAND:> REST 0
    350 Restarting at offset 0.
    COMMAND:> PASV
    ERROR:> Can't read from control socket. Socket error = #10054.
    ERROR:> Failed to establish data socket.
     

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