ProFTPd under CentOS 5.2 running FTPS - iptables problem
I will check it. But - is this only possible solution?
SFTP I am using only for administration purposes (yeah, it is quite
easy to set it up :-D) and itÂ´s better for me, to make FTPS for
customers and SFTP only for me.
2009/1/26 German Andres Pulido <email@example.com>:
>> I am setting up ProFTPd daemon (from EPEL repository) under CentOS 5.2
>> and I need encrypted connection. Daemon is configured perfectly, there
>> is no problem - if iptables is off connection is smoothly established,
>> but when iptables is on, connection in FTP client ends on command LIST
>> without response. Last command with response (positive) is PASV.
>> Thank you for your replies
>> Martin Å*Å¥astnÃ½
>> CentOS mailing list
> The issue is probably with the way FTP is handled. I see two possible
> 1. Use the ip_conntrack_ftp module of IPtables. What this does is setting
> iptables aware that the data FTP connection should also be allowed since it's
> related to the original one on port 21. Google for more info on it (and the
> exact module name)
> 2. If you only need encrypted traffic, using SFTP makes sense. It only uses
> the port 22 (It's a subsystem of SSH) and its encryption is very good.
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