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Connecting while behing behind a nat routeur (2 posts)
- Started 10 years ago by Braq
- Latest reply 10 years ago from Jim Matthews
I try to connect to a FTP server on the port 6746 while being behind a NAT Routeur. I have forwarded this port to my local address on UDP and TCP. I have no firewalls.
I can authanticate on the FTP server, but when trying to list, i get this:
500: You need to use a client supporting PRET (PRE Transfer) to use PASV
Passive mode refused.
200: Command okay
Cmd: PORT 192,168,1,10,200,189
501: ==YOU'RE BEHIND A NAT ROUTER==
Configure the firewall settings of your FTP client
to use your real IP: XX.XXX.XXX.XXX
And set up port forwarding in your router.
Or you can just use a PRET capable client, see
http://drftpd.org/ for PRET capable clients
How do i get Fetch to use my real ip address?
Thanks very much
Jim Matthews Administrator
There's currently no way to tell Fetch to use PRET or send your public IP address with the PORT command. Adding PRET support is on our list of things to do.
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