Re: no ftp at all.
You'll have to install a ftpd if you want to be able to login to them with
ftp. You could use something like wu-ftpd.
On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, Hans wrote:
> hosts.allow is empty, hosts.deny has ALL: PARANOID. Both files are equal on
> 192.168.1.1 and 3. I amended hosts.allow with the line ALL: .orchard.nl
> (being my local domain name), but to no avail. I haven't installed the
> package ftpd, only ftp, but isn't ftp supposed to work right out of the
> box, being an essential service. 192.168.1.1 and 3 have basically the same
> setup, with 3 being a bit outdated (May this year) and 1 spanking brand new
> (last week). Another thing is that when I last used 3 with a ppp connection
> to the net I could easily ftp and run apt-get.
> At 06:02 PM 7/16/00 +0200, Ron Rademaker wrote:
> >You could check your /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny, and are you
> >running a ftpd??
> >Another thing could be ipchains...
> >Ron Rademaker
> >On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, Hans wrote:
> >> Here another riddle which I can't seem to solve....
> >> I have two potato boxes (192.168.1.1 and 3) and a win95 laptop
> >> (192.168.1.2) on a local network. I can ping from to and from 192.168.1.3,
> >> use telnet, but not ftp. Connection is refused when I ftp in from 1 and 2
> >> and also when I ftp out from 3. I checked /etc/services and the ports are
> >> there. Other config-files are basically the same except for name and IP
> >> number. Anybody any idea?
> >> Hans
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