Your best friend for file transfer.

Fetch application logoFetch

getting message: ftp_list: 1,61 (state == GETTING_LIST) (2 posts)

  • Started 4 years ago by William
  • Latest reply 4 years ago from Jim Matthews
  • William Member

    Hi
    i would like to work with fetch 5.5.3

    1: i work with a mac pro (osx 10.6.2) /synology ds409 server/ avm wireless router
    2: i can make a save connection to my server over port 989 dyndns.org. / Type of connection is
    FTP-TLS/SLL. (synology dosen‘t support sftp).

    what‘s happen: It works well but i can see my list of contents!

    see the following messages:

    Fetch 5.5.3 (5E778) Intel running on Mac OS X 10.6.2 (10C540) Intel German
    StuffIt Engine 0x820, StuffIt SDK Version 10.1.1b1
    Partial serial FETCH55001-23ZA-YCCM T
    Connecting to whost.go.dyndns.org port 989 (Mac OS X firewall is allowing connections) (26.03.10 09:24)
    Connected to 81.221.216.82 port 989 (26.03.10 09:24)
    220 DiskStation409 FTP server ready.
    AUTH TLS
    234 AUTH SSL command successful.
    USER admin
    331 Password required for admin.
    PASS
    230 User admin logged in.
    PBSZ 0
    200 PBSZ command successful (PBSZ=0).
    PROT P
    200 Protection level set to Private.
    SYST
    215 UNIX Type: L8
    PWD
    257 "/" is current directory.
    MACB ENABLE
    500 MACB ENABLE: command not understood.
    CWD /
    250 CWD command successful.
    PWD
    257 "/" is current directory.
    TYPE A
    200 Type set to A.
    PASV
    227 Entering Passive Mode (81,221,216,82,217,57)
    Making data connection to 81.221.216.82 port 55609
    ftp_setup_dataconn() passive mode dataconn failed, result = 1,61
    PORT 192,168,178,24,203,19
    500 Illegal PORT range rejected.
    ftp_list: 1,61 (state == GETTING_LIST)

    i dont now what‘s going wrong, mayby you can help me?
    thank you

    Posted 4 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Hi,

    Unfortunately this setup won't work; you can't do secure FTP (aka FTPS, or FTP with TLS/SSL) to a server that is behind a Network Address Translation (NAT) router that is sharing a bunch of IP addresses. The problem is that the NAT device needs to make some changes to the FTP PORT and PASV commands as they go by, but if the connection is encrypted it can't do that.

    Your options are:

    1) Get a NAS server that supports SFTP
    2) Put the NAS directly on the Internet with a dedicated public IP address, not behind a NAT device
    3) Use regular (non-encrypted) FTP

    Thanks,

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 4 years ago #

Reply

  • Or nickname, if you prefer.
  • This will be kept confidential.
  • This is to ensure that you’re a person, not a spambot.