Forwarding conf’d, PASV accounted- non-network can’t access?

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    Knuxman
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    I don’t know what the problem is. I have a Linksys WRT54G router, but that should be all taken care of.

    I have configured port forwarding for ports, 20, 21, and the PASV ports. I put in my routers address for the whole PASV mode thing.

    Still, non-network can’t access. Even one of my friends who has no firewall and passive mode not configured cannot access. Another one of my friends who needs to edit from the library can’t access either, even with all of the above configgured.

    This, I believe, is the proper error log for the library friend:

    Thu Jul 22 20:16:51 2004 304 Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.20

    Thu Jul 22 20:16:51 2004 304 Connection request accepted from 164.50.160.62

    Thu Jul 22 20:16:51 2004 304 Error closing connection: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine.

    Thu Jul 22 20:16:52 2004 304 Error: Socket error while waiting for ready-to-send indicator. Terminating connection.

    Thu Jul 22 20:16:52 2004 304 Connection terminated.

    Help me please. I’ve searched the board, the Cerberu’s help index, configured the router to death, everything.

    Background info: Cerberus FTP Server Version 2.2 Beta 3

    Personal use: using for 12 days.

    #32058
    Anonymous
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    Your ISP may have the port 21 blocked, so change your FTP port.

    That’s what happened to me.

    #32059
    Anonymous
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    My ISP doesn’t block any ports.

    Is it possible that the PC’s at the Library for my friend are blocking port 21 and that’s why it doesn’t work? If so, how do I change my ftp port to 21?

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