On Fri, Nov 05, 1999 at 03:43:36PM +0100, email@example.com wrote:
> I have set up a firewall system with several aliased interfaces and
> Ip:s. All the virtual interaces are portforwarded into a dmz where my
> webservers reside. Some of my web servers also provide ftp
> services and this is handled by doing portforwarding on the virtual
> interface and translate the trafic between the origin and the host.
> Everything works fine. Except som strange effects in the ftp trafic.
> My clints can connect but when they do trafic (ls) on the data-
> channel (20) the transfer seems to get stuck. When Ive analyzed
> the trfaic with tcpdump it seems that the client get confused by the
> outgoing communication coming from the original interface of the
> My question. Has anybody successfully managed to portforward ftp
> trafic on a aliased interface?? If so plzzzz tell me how.
I believe that you need to have a ftp proxy running for this to
work, just for this reason.
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