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RE: FTP, MASQ, certian hosts timeout

did you compile the masq modules, or are they binaries?  you must have
ip_masq_ftp for the inbound traffic running already, right?  I'm thinking
the ip_masq modules are the problem

+=> -----Original Message-----
+=> From: Chris Wood [mailto:cwood@wencor.com]
+=> Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2000 10:16 AM
+=> To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
+=> Subject: FTP, MASQ, certian hosts timeout
+=> For some reason, with some ftp hosts my FTPs will timeout 
+=> when I try to go
+=> to them, every single time.  Other hosts work perfectly 
+=> fast every single
+=> time.
+=> I've got two particular hosts that I work with all the 
+=> time.  A Sun OS box
+=> with one ISP that works perfect.  The second is a Linux box with a
+=> different ISP that is slow.
+=> Traceroutes to both ISPs actually show a closer and faster 
+=> connection to
+=> the linux box.
+=> My gateway is a Debian 2.2 masq'd firewall (kernel 2.2.14).
+=> From my PC behind the masq, my pc will timeout going to the 
+=> ISP with the
+=> linux box. If I go to the linux box from a unix machine 
+=> behind the masq,
+=> it will say it connected to the ISP but it will wait about 5 minutes
+=> before it prompts for a username.  Once I'm connected, 
+=> transfers are as
+=> fast as they should be.
+=> When I access both of these ISPs from home (DSL) I can 
+=> connect immediately
+=> without any hesitation from either of them.
+=> I can ssh to both ISPs without this 5 min delay.  It is 
+=> specific to FTP.
+=> Does anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?
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+=> Chris Wood                         Kitco, Inc.
+=> 801-489-2097                       Wencor West, Inc.
+=> [cwood@wencor.com]                 Durham Aircraft Services
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