On Sun, 2006-03-05 at 01:59 +0100, NetworxStudios wrote:
> I am strugling to get my ftp-server to respond in a correct way after
> starting using m0n0wall.
> Can someone tell me how this is so much more difficult for m0n0 than for
> other firewalls?
FTP is one of those 'special' protocols that requires a protocol, or
application specific proxy or some other mechanism. Why? Because it uses
Have you tried using 1:1 NAT with/without ProxyARP?
> I have a server behind the firewall that accepts passive connections and
> active ones. This has worked out just fine earlier.
What do you mean by 'earlier' - you're sounding like a (l)user :P please
> Now I cant ls the ftp at all when using active connection.
> With passive I am not having any luck connection at all.
Hmmm, strange that you cannot even connect.
> I am using Serv-U (and IIS ftp) on the server(s). Difficult to edit which
> ports the passive should be used also...
Are you sure you want to open IIS to the outside world?
Please do some trouble-shooting, eg turn on logging etc.
Do also give us an indication of your m0n0 config, it doesn't help if we
have to guess.