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FTP via VPN 5 years 7 months ago #36727

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Hi all,

I have a network to which I connect to via a VPN connection from my desktop.

I have ftp running on my desktop along with IIS as well.

When I connect to a remote PC on the network (which I am connecting via the VPN), and I try to establish an FTP session to my desktop, I get a connection refused error on FTP.


This is how it would look like.

My desktop
VPN
>[Remote_Network]
>PC (Windows 2000)

I am logging into that Windows 2000 PC and trying to run an FTP to my desktop, and it wouldn't have it.


Any leads guys.

Just to let you all know, I have eliminated all issues regarding firewalls, ports etc. So they can't be blamed as being causing the problem anymore.

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Re: FTP via VPN 5 years 7 months ago #36728

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Hi,

If you are using cisco VPN Client, you can read this link www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t37824-ft...ls-any-idea-why.html

1. If not, please provide the details of VPN Device/Software & Client Software details. Try to upgrade your Version.

2. if it is client software get the latest one and import the latest saved configuration file from your Device/Software to configure Mobile VPN.

3. However it is better you provide the VPN Device/Software details, I'm sure we will sort out this problem.

Regards,

Rizin
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VPN 5 years 7 months ago #36738

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Hi rizin

Thanks for the response

Yes it is a CISCO VPN.

I will read through that article and let you know how it went

Cheers
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Re: FTP via VPN 5 years 7 months ago #36744

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Any updates ?
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... 5 years 7 months ago #36752

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Not yet. Standby please!!!
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Re: FTP via VPN 5 years 7 months ago #36776

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Hi,

Is that possible for you to post the error you get when you try to do a FTP transfer?
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