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Bazslaz

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If I run the test config tool in Filezilla FTP I get the following message


Connecting to probe.filezilla-project.org
Connection established, waiting for welcome message.
Response: 220 FZ router and firewall tester ready
USER FileZilla
Response: 331 Give any password.
PASS 3.62.2
Response: 230 logged on.
Checking for correct external IP address
IP 68.228.203.131 gi-cci-cad-bdb
Response: 200 OK
PREP 8821
Response: 200 Using port 8821, data token 31226654
PORT 68,228,203,131,34,117
Response: 200 PORT command successful
LIST
Response: 150 opening data connection
Response: 200 Successful
QUIT
Response: 200 goodbye!
Connection closed
Test finished successfully

 

But when I then try to connect and run a FTP session I get this error 
 

Status:    Logged in
Status:    Retrieving directory listing...
Command:    PWD
Response:    257 "/" is current directory.
Command:    TYPE I
Response:    200 Type I ok.
Command:    PASV
Response:    227 Entering Passive Mode (68,228,203,131,19,137).
Command:    LIST
Response:    150 Opening data connection.
Error:    The data connection could not be established: ECONNREFUSED - Connection refused by server
Error:    Connection timed out after 20 seconds of inactivity
Error:    Failed to retrieve directory listing
Status:    Connection closed by server

 

When I try to connect with my other FTP client I get this message
 

Connecting to IP
Connected
Starting the session
Reading remote directory
Could not retrieve directory listing
Requested action aborted: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.

So I am not sure how to solve this issue during my setup... I am able to use SFTP to connect with no issues on both the internal and external ip addresses
I have turned my firewall completely off and tried setting up a DMZ but I dont think this is a firewall issue since I am getting connected.  I am just being refused by the server for a directory listing Any help would be appreciated

 

 

 

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