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New Cerberus and Ftp user in general. Connection issues Help

Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 12:02 am
by unspankable
Hi everyone.
I'm new to Ftp and am having a little bit of difficulty setting up a remote surveillance system at work.
I have the server at home, and the client at work set up to use a pasv connection. The client is behind a linksys router. The server is connected directly to the cable modem.
Client: Windows xp sp3
Server:Windows 7 RC 7100

Here's the log:

20090728195341 AMD with 2 processors
20090728195341 Microsoft Windows 7, 64-bit

20090728195341 Cerberus FTP Server 3.0.0 (x64) - Professional started on 'RocketCock'
20090728195341 TLS/SSL support ready

20090728195341 Added to Windows Firewall Exception list

20090728195341 Interface 0 listening at 24.68.54.19 on port 21

20090728195341 Interface 1 listening at 127.0.0.1 on port 21

20090728195343 WAN IP detected as 24.68.54.19
20090728195356 [0] Incoming connection request on interface 24.68.54.19
20090728195356 [0] Connection request accepted from 24.xx.xx.xx
20090728195356 [0] USER Tyler
20090728195356 [0] 331 User Tyler, password please
20090728195356 [0] PASS ***********
20090728195356 [0] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20090728195356 [0] PWD
20090728195356 [0] 257 "/" is the current directory
20090728195356 [0] CWD \tb
20090728195356 [0] 250 Change directory ok
20090728195356 [0] PWD
20090728195356 [0] 257 "/tb" is the current directory
20090728195356 [0] TYPE I
20090728195356 [0] 200 Type Binary
20090728195356 [0] PASV
20090728195356 [0] Unable to send data
20090728195356 [0] Error closing connection: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine.
20090728195356 [0] Connection terminated.




Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!

Re: New Cerberus and Ftp user in general. Connection issues Help

Posted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 9:14 am
by mdj
How is you "interfaces" set up in the server manager, specifically the PASV options?

Re: New Cerberus and Ftp user in general. Connection issues Help

Posted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 1:29 am
by unspankable
I worked it out. Windows 7 had the shared folder and sub folders marked with read only permissions. For other users who find this thread, make sure your windows permissions are all set correctly and your folders shared.