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brian2004 -> ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 3:28:00 AM)

My first question. Hopefully the answer will enlighten me to solving other problems.

I have a client who has ws_ftp.

WS_FTP has the error message "Failed to Receive Response AFTER connect."

Makes me think I got out on Port 21 but the response back was blocked?

My test firewall rule is;

Allow All outbound traffic. From Internal Clients. To External.

The FTP client sending me BACK some sort of ACK that the Firewall is blocking?

Thank you.

Brian




tshinder -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 2:26:00 PM)

Hi Brian,

What FTP sites are giving your problems?

Thanks!
Tom




brian2004 -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 3:23:00 PM)

The first one we tried to connect to upload.comcast.net.

Thanks.

Brian




brian2004 -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 4:55:00 PM)

I needed to ping my server, created the access rule.

So what do you guess the serendipitous result was? FS FTP now works. It needed to ping???

This can't be a good thing to allow.




JohnDChandler -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 5:42:00 PM)

In the firewall tab of ISA server, right click on the rule for your ftp.

At the bottom of the pop-up menu, select ftp properties.

Alter the state of the read-only box to suit. Note that this affects only this rule.

Cheers

John




BobW -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 9:30:00 PM)

I have found that using passive mode helps with FTP issues.

Just a thought,
Bob

quote:
Originally posted by brian2004:
My first question. Hopefully the answer will enlighten me to solving other problems.

I have a client who has ws_ftp.

WS_FTP has the error message "Failed to Receive Response AFTER connect."

Makes me think I got out on Port 21 but the response back was blocked?

My test firewall rule is;

Allow All outbound traffic. From Internal Clients. To External.

The FTP client sending me BACK some sort of ACK that the Firewall is blocking?

Thank you.

Brian





brian2004 -> RE: ws_ftp (22.Nov.2004 11:39:00 PM)

Yes, I think that's the best solution, passive FTP!




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