Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Oitsuki, Oct 15, 2018.
What do you not want?
Ftp does no start
I checked on my host, there is no file
Have you in addition to following the Perfect Server Guide also installed certificates with Let's Encrypt?
Is your pure ftp using self signed or LE certificates?
You wrote that in the first message of this thread, It was not true then.
I must delete this file ?
and what next to access via ftp.
Where did that file come from?
Is this a fresh installation of ISPConfig?
How long has it been running?
What happened before FTP connections started failing?
No it's not a fresh installation.
I use yesterday the ftp, I have not problem with that.
I remember one time my ftp was out, I reboot the system and it come back.
I try also on another computer to connect by ftp, the problem is the same.
Thank you for your time.
also it can help : filezilla write this
Erreur : Erreur GnuTLS -50 dans gnutls_priority_set_direct: The request is invalid.
Erreur : Impossible d'initialiser le protocole TLS.
Erreur : Impossible d'établir une connexion au serveur
I read this post also : https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/pureftp-over-tls.53992/
I have the same data than @till propose to change
I followed this tutorial but always nothing : I can not connect by ftp . On filezilla I tested different configuration auto, passive always the same problem
I don't find solution, an expert can help m, please, else I have no solution to format my server. I don't want that.
What is in /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/TLS?
Did you setup a passive port range for pure-ftpd, and allow it in your firewall(s) and any Nat?
TK @Jesse Norell
/etc/pure-ftpd/conf/TLS ==> the result is 2
About the passive :I tried this thread
it does not work.
Why is there 2 when the Guide tells you to write 1?
This is from the chapter I told you to check in messages #15 and #17 in this thread:
I do not change anything on that, this a default value.Also I read and verify eveything about the configuration.
If you do
and it shows 2, go change it to 1 and try FTP.
I make that, I have the same result
I forgot to say, restart pure-ftpd.
did you restart pure-ftpd after changing that? setting to 1 makes TLS optional, so if that doesn't work, I'd guess your certificate is bad (still/again), as @Taleman first asked about.
did you remove the old certificate before "recreating" it? ie. 'rm -f /etc/ssl/private/pure-ftpd.pem' ? I believe by default openssl will append the key/certificate/whatever to a file, rather than overwriting, so if you did not remove it you probably still have the same (potentially bad) original certificate in the file (possibly with new ones appended below it).
I removed the certificate, recreate another (follow the tutorial)
restart pure ftp
TLS on 1
It's work with this approach
I changed my FTP paramters on Chiffrement : FTP connexion simple
Tk for your help and patience
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