No Connection LAN or WAN PLEASE HELP

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kizzle
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No Connection LAN or WAN PLEASE HELP

Post by kizzle » Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:46 pm

OK Sorry if this is redundant but I am effing pulling my hair out!!!!!! Had a DLINK router with cerberus ftp installed on server machine and everything worked great no problems till the DLINK crapped out and was forced to buy a Netgear N router and that is when the problems started. Now I have read every single post about routers ports looping and all that crazy stuff and I know about all of that I do it everyday but of course can't do it at my own house. That said Here WE GO.............

FTP PORT 21 forwarded to my server internal ip which is static NAT
PASV PORTS 11000 to 13000 forwarded to above mentioned IP as well
now lets just pause for a minute, this is all i did for my DLINK and I was golden worked great...........
now with my netgear i cannot connect to my server fully
if I try to connect with IE it lets me enter username password info and then goes to cannot display page
if i try to connect in windows explorer same as above but it says i do not have access to that file/folder connection timed out
but here is the funny thing dos ftp works cuz dos was and is awesome
my dynamic WAN ip is being updated to dyndns.org by direct update which i have a domain from ftp://blah.blah.cc
NOW REMEMBER THIS ALL WORKED ON MY DLINK AND I KNOW WHAT U ALL WILL SAY IT IS ROUTER CONFIG, BUT THESE SETTINGS ARE MIRRORED EXACTLY FROM DLINK TO NETGEAR
THE FOLLOWING IS MY LOG FROM CERBERUS: If anyone can help please I would really appreciate it I need this server for many uses during the day and I am sick of my thumb drive already
This is trying to connect internally by the way but the same problem happens externally as well


20091028191740 AMD with 4 processors
20091028191740 Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

20091028191740 Cerberus FTP Server 3.0.8 (x64) - Professional started on 'my-pc'
20091028191740 Cerberus added to Windows Firewall Exception list

20091028191740 Interface 0 listening at 192.168.1.250 on port 21

20091028191740 Interface 1 listening at 127.0.0.1 on port 21

20091028191805 Unable to detect WAN address. Please try again later.
20091028191816 [0] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191816 [0] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191816 [0] USER anonymous
20091028191816 [0] 331 User anonymous, password please
20091028191816 [0] PASS ***********
20091028191820 [0] 530 Not logged in. Username/password incorrect, user disabled, or user logged in too many times
20091028191820 [0] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191820 [0] Connection terminated.
20091028191828 [1] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191828 [1] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191828 [1] USER kms
20091028191828 [1] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191828 [1] PASS ***********
20091028191828 [1] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191828 [1] CWD /
20091028191828 [1] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191828 [1] TYPE A
20091028191828 [1] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191828 [1] PASV
20091028191828 [1] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,148)
20091028191849 [1] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191849 [1] Connection terminated.
20091028191849 [2] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191849 [2] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191849 [2] USER kms
20091028191849 [2] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191849 [2] PASS ***********
20091028191849 [2] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191849 [2] CWD /
20091028191849 [2] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191849 [2] TYPE A
20091028191849 [2] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191849 [2] PASV
20091028191849 [2] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,149)
20091028191910 [2] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191910 [2] Connection terminated.
20091028191910 [3] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191910 [3] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191910 [3] USER kms
20091028191910 [3] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191910 [3] PASS ***********
20091028191910 [3] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191910 [3] CWD /
20091028191910 [3] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191910 [3] TYPE A
20091028191910 [3] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191910 [3] PASV
20091028191910 [3] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,150)
20091028191936 [3] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191936 [3] Connection terminated.
20091028191740 AMD with 4 processors
20091028191740 Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

20091028191740 Cerberus FTP Server 3.0.8 (x64) - Professional started on 'my-pc'
20091028191740 Cerberus added to Windows Firewall Exception list

20091028191740 Interface 0 listening at 192.168.1.250 on port 21

20091028191740 Interface 1 listening at 127.0.0.1 on port 21

20091028191805 Unable to detect WAN address. Please try again later.
20091028191816 [0] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191816 [0] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191816 [0] USER anonymous
20091028191816 [0] 331 User anonymous, password please
20091028191816 [0] PASS ***********
20091028191820 [0] 530 Not logged in. Username/password incorrect, user disabled, or user logged in too many times
20091028191820 [0] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191820 [0] Connection terminated.
20091028191828 [1] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191828 [1] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191828 [1] USER kms
20091028191828 [1] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191828 [1] PASS ***********
20091028191828 [1] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191828 [1] CWD /
20091028191828 [1] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191828 [1] TYPE A
20091028191828 [1] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191828 [1] PASV
20091028191828 [1] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,148)
20091028191849 [1] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191849 [1] Connection terminated.
20091028191849 [2] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191849 [2] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191849 [2] USER kms
20091028191849 [2] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191849 [2] PASS ***********
20091028191849 [2] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191849 [2] CWD /
20091028191849 [2] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191849 [2] TYPE A
20091028191849 [2] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191849 [2] PASV
20091028191849 [2] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,149)
20091028191910 [2] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191910 [2] Connection terminated.
20091028191910 [3] Incoming connection request on interface 192.168.1.250
20091028191910 [3] Connection request accepted from 98.229.217.98
20091028191910 [3] USER kms
20091028191910 [3] 331 User kms, password please
20091028191910 [3] PASS ***********
20091028191910 [3] 230 Password Ok, User logged in
20091028191910 [3] CWD /
20091028191910 [3] 250 Change directory ok
20091028191910 [3] TYPE A
20091028191910 [3] 200 Type ASCII
20091028191910 [3] PASV
20091028191910 [3] 227 Entering Passive Mode (98,229,217,98,43,150)
20091028191936 [3] Closing connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
20091028191936 [3] Connection terminated.

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Re: No Connection LAN or WAN PLEASE HELP

Post by Serin » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:14 am

What seems odd is that your passive IP address is the same as the address of the incoming connection. I also see a note early in the log about WAN IP auto-detection failing. Normally, WAN IP auto-detection functions to figure out your public IP and uses that for passive commands. If that isn't working then Cerberus might not be giving out the correct address for passive connections.

You need to give your public IP address to clients in response to passive commands. Figure out your public IP and manually enter it as your passive IP for each interface.

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