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Old 8th September 2010, 22:17
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Default problem with FTP on ISPConfig3


Today I have a problem with pure ftp. When I try login with filezilla appears the next:

Respuesta: 230-OK. Current restricted directory is /
Respuesta: 230 1713 Kbytes used (1%) - authorized: 102400 Kb
Estado: Conectado
Estado: Recuperando el listado del directorio...
Comando: PWD
Respuesta: 257 "/" is your current location
Comando: TYPE I
Respuesta: 200 TYPE is now 8-bit binary
Comando: PASV
Respuesta: 227 Entering Passive Mode (200,50,112,36,150,141).
Comando: MLSD
Error: Conexión superó el tiempo de espera
Error: Error al recuperar el listado del directorio

The previous days the ftp service works well. I have 3 clients with a website and a ftp-user everyone.

I'm ussing Debian Lenny + ISPconfig3

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