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  • #29853
    Xavier
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    Hi

    I’ m running version 3.0 beta 12 on a Windows 7(32) machine and I have a problem.

    When I go to Configuration->Interfaces I see my IP number listening on Port 21.

    I want to use another port, lets say port 58000.

    So I change it from 21 to 58000 and click Ok.

    Then I click the red “Stop the server” button, and after that, the green “start the server” button.

    What I see then in the logfile is: “interface 2 listening to 94.255.xxx.xx on port 21“.

    It wont save my custom port choice.

    But if I do like this, then it works.

    I go to Configuration->Interfaces, change the port from 21 to 58000 and click Ok.

    Then I go to the box called Interfaces (under the status box) where I see my IP. I uncheck my IP and then check it again.

    Then I get this message in the log file: “interface 2 listening to 94.255.xxx.xx on port 58000

    And now it works, until I restart the server. Then It goes back to port 21.

    I have tried all sorts of things, but I cant get the program to save my custom port choice.

    What can I do?

    #35124
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    Hmm, are any of the other settings being saved correctly? I’ve tested here and can’t reproduce the problem on a Windows XP box. The only thing that I can think of that could be causing your problem is a file permissions problem the save file is located.

    I will try to test later today on a Windows 7 box.

    #35125
    Xavier
    Participant

    I have no problems saving other settings, even the 2 other interfaces saves new port numbers.

    I have given the whole folder and everything in it complete rights to do whatever…

    #35126
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    What happens if you shutdown the server and modify the port value in the “interfaces.xml” file in

    Code:

    ProgramDataCerberus LLCCerberus FTP Server

    ?

    #35127
    Xavier
    Participant

    Well, theres really no differance. I can change the port number in the file, but after a restart of the program it´s right back at 21…

    #35128
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    Very strange, and we can’t duplicate it here. We might be able to figure something out if you emailed the interface.xml file our way.

    support@cerberusftp.com

    #35129
    Xavier
    Participant

    here you go.

    interfaces.xml

    found in: C:ProgramDataCerberus LLCCerberus FTP Server

    false

    false

    true

    0

    true

    true

    700

    21

    false

    false

    true

    94.255.XXX.XX 0

    true

    true

    700

    58000

    false

    false

    true

    0

    true

    true

    700

    58000

    #35130
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    Is the 94.255.XXX.XX a stable IP or one that is constantly changing?

    What kind of network connection is it?

    Thanks,

    #35131
    Xavier
    Participant

    It changes between 5 other ip numbers

    its a fiberconnection straight from the wall.. no modem

    #35132
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    That makes more sense. Ok, so settings are per IP. If the IP is changing then whenever it switches to a new IP the default settings will be applied to it. Have you tried changing the settings on the “Default” IP? Those are the settings that get applied whenever a new IP address is detected.

    #35133
    Xavier
    Participant

    The Default setting is set on my choosen port number, and it has been throughout this whole problem.

    tnx for all the help though

    #35134
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    I think I may have found the problem. Let me do a little more testing and I will get back to you. If I can conform a bug I should be able to get a fix out tonight or tomorrow.

    #35135
    Xavier
    Participant

    allright, thanks :)

    #35122
    Xavier
    Participant

    I still have the same problem. Im using build 16.

    #35123
    imported_Serin
    Participant

    Xavier,

    We’ve narrowed the problem down to seeming to only affect users that have direct Internet connections. We are working with another user to try to resolve the issue and will have a patch out as soon as we can get a fix ready.

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