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Old 21st August 2006, 20:26
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Default Strange FTP issue

I have stumbled on a really strange ftp-issue that i dont see any error-pattern in and could really need som help.

I have installed a fresh version of Fedora Core 5 x64 on my router/firewall. Before i installed this version i had Fedora Core 4 x86 and everything worked as i wanted to.

Since the upgrade i cant communicate from the router via ftp against my website located on my providers webserver. I can communicate against other ftp-servers including my ftpsite also located at my provider and to anonymous ftp-servers (ftp.sunet.se).

The really strange thing is that i can communicate to my webserver via ftp from my internal machine with WS_FTP through my router/firewall.

I have turned off SELinux to assure that that is not the problem and i have tested my firewall-script to eliminate that problem.

If anybody have had the same problem or can help me out with this problem I would be grateful.

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Old 22nd August 2006, 14:12
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I have turned off SELinux to assure that that is not the problem and i have tested my firewall-script to eliminate that problem.
Did you reboot the system afterwards?

I think it's a firewall problem. What's the output of
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iptables -L
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Old 22nd August 2006, 16:57
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Yes I rebooted the system afterwards.

The output of iptables -L i attached to a textfile.
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Old 23rd August 2006, 15:56
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What happens when you turn off the firewall?
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Old 23rd August 2006, 19:26
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I solved the problem a couple of minutes ago. I uninstalled all ftp packages in Fedora 5 and reinstalled them, its possible that all problems was caused by a corrupted install DVD.
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