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PhoNull 24th January 2012 23:39

Enable FXP pure-ftp ispconfig3-debian
 
Hi,

I have been searching for a solution to enable fxp for pure-ftpd on a ispconfig3 debian server.

I tried to add AllowFXPUser=yes to /etc/default/pure-ftpd-common but I still get a site to site transfer failed!

PhoNull 25th January 2012 20:14

Bump, Falko, till ? could you please give me the command to enable fxp .. I have looked everywhere.

erosbk 25th January 2012 21:56

In pure-ftpd, I think the command is allowuserfxp and not the one you are using.

Regards

PhoNull 25th January 2012 23:02

ty for the reply but the same crap.

Site to Site Transfer Failed! (Attempting alternative method)

erosbk 26th January 2012 02:37

Try this:

echo "yes" > /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/AllowUserFXP

Restart pure-ftpd




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first line will create AllowUserFXP file, inside of that file, it will writte yes. When restarting pure-ftpd, you should see there a -w parameter. If you see it, FXP is enabled and your problem is other... (maybe some other settings allowing connection from/to in your server, because FXP is highly insecure? you should read pure-ftp doc).

Regards

PhoNull 26th January 2012 06:08

thanks for the help. Yeah I did that command .. it seems to be a firewall issue with the passive ports.

JohnnyBeGood 11th May 2013 09:43

Facing same issue trying to move files from server to other but its not letting me.
any ideas? using ISPConfig 3.0.5.2

till 11th May 2013 18:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhoNull (Post 272328)
thanks for the help. Yeah I did that command .. it seems to be a firewall issue with the passive ports.

You cans set a passive port range in pure-ftpd which has to match the range that you allow in your firewall. Thre is a article in ispconfig faq on that topic.


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