> Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
>> I've been experiencing for quite some time (I'm currently using the
>> latest beta, but I've seen this since before version 1), packets that
>> seem to get blocked that should not. Mostly I notice them in my VPN
>> packets, that I thought should not be blocked at all, but the logs
>> certainly show many of those packets being blocked. However,
>> recently I see packets get blocked when trying to FTP to an internal
>> NATed server that I have port 20-21 forwarded to. Both active, and
>> passive mode show packets destined for port 20 and 21 being blocked.
>> I even put in a generic firewall rule to open everything up, packets
>> are still blocked, and I can not connect to my FTP server. Is there
>> an explanation for this? I'm more interested in why my VPN packets
>> are being blocked really, but solving my FTP problem would be a
>> bonus. :-) Thanks for any insite.
> Are you trying to hit the server from the same subnet?
> ie- are you hitting the ftp server from your LAN, on the same subnet,
> or are you on your LAN trying to FTP to its public address?
> If its the latter, it might be a NAT re-direction issue. Try using the
> NAT address if you are on the same LAN.
No, I am hitting from the outside. I can supply logs if it will help
figure out what is wrong. But even if I were hitting FTP from inside,
it would not explain the often blocked VPN packets I see. Anyone??
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