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Old 27th October 2010, 16:56
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I have tried from within the LAN on which the server resides and have the same problem (although maybe the forced IP has something to do with it?)

I will try offsite access today.

Should it not work what's the best course of action to reinstall Pure-FTP and start from scratch without a complete reinstall of Ubuntu and ISPConfig?

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apt-get purge pure-ftpd-common pure-ftpd-mysql
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So I did that, rebooted, and reinstalled per the instructions for FTP without TLS and I am getting the same problem as prior to uninstall and I can't access my FTP account for my site even via normal FTP. Do I need to purge it and then reinstall ISPConfig as well?

I've concluded that the problem is in part the router the server is located on--a Netgear FVS-318G--even though the ports are open it is modifying the communication somehow between the server and the client.

How robust is the perfect server firewall if I set it up with a public ip directly? And, assuming I get the FTP working again, just change eth0 to a the public ip without any problems?

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How robust is the perfect server firewall if I set it up with a public ip directly?
It's a normal iptables firewall, so it's very robust.
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