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Old 30th December 2012, 14:00
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Question Trouble with pureftpd and IP address

Hi,

Have been using Debian squeeze + ISPConfig3 (also) as ftp/SSH-server long time with FileZilla w/o an issue.

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PASV
227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,xx,yyy,195,125)
Passive server sent a reply address, which can not be routed. Using server address.
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i.e. Filezilla is actively replacing local IP with given (public) IP and connection works just fine.
(This one is running on physical server, planning to move to VM (Debian) in future...)

Now when trying to test some other S/W to make (WIN) back-ups (e.g. Duplicati), I face problems with them as they don't replace local IP in passive mode (ending to connection failure)

Tried to google as well, but did not find nice solution for Dynamic-IP (my ISP cannot provide static-IP...). Anyone with good solution? Current public-IP avail. e.g. from http://checkip.dyndns.org/
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Old 31st December 2012, 06:23
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Lightbulb Temp. solution found using Duplicati-SSH

Still looking for proper way (via FTP/SSH), but meanwhile started to use Duplicati's (direct)SSH option. This works perfect with DynDND-IP also.

Good ideas still welcomed on pureftpd-settings
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