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Use of active mode connection broken #12378

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cyberduck opened this issue Jun 10, 2006 · 2 comments
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Use of active mode connection broken #12378

cyberduck opened this issue Jun 10, 2006 · 2 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jun 10, 2006

6c2f5bf created the issue

When upgrading from version 2.5.5 to version 2.6, I could not connect to the remote server.

The FTP server log file when being connected to by the new version of Cyberduck :

Sat Jun 10 00:01:35 2006  0  Incoming connection request on interface xxx.xx.xxx.xx
Sat Jun 10 00:01:35 2006  0  Connection request accepted from xxx.xx.xxx.xx
Sat Jun 10 00:01:35 2006  0  USER brent
Sat Jun 10 00:01:35 2006  0  PASS ***********
Sat Jun 10 00:01:35 2006  0  SYST 
Sat Jun 10 00:01:36 2006  0  NOOP 
Sat Jun 10 00:01:36 2006  0  CWD /
Sat Jun 10 00:01:36 2006  0  PORT 0,0,0,0,210,156
Sat Jun 10 00:01:36 2006  0  LIST -a
Sat Jun 10 00:01:36 2006  0  The requested address is not valid in its context.

Reverting back to version 2.5.5 of Cyberduck and being able to connect :

Sat Jun 10 00:24:49 2006  9  Incoming connection request on interface xxx.xx.xxx.xx
Sat Jun 10 00:24:49 2006  9  Connection request accepted from xxx.xx.xxx.xx
Sat Jun 10 00:24:50 2006  9  USER brent
Sat Jun 10 00:24:52 2006  9  PASS ***********
Sat Jun 10 00:24:52 2006  9  SYST 
Sat Jun 10 00:24:53 2006  9  NOOP 
Sat Jun 10 00:24:53 2006  9  CWD /ftp/Nycomed EAR files
Sat Jun 10 00:24:53 2006  9  PORT 82,41,244,236,238,165
Sat Jun 10 00:24:53 2006  9  LIST 
Sat Jun 10 00:24:53 2006  9  Data connection established

What do I need to do differently in 2.6 to make it work ?

Cheers,

Brent Harlow

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jun 18, 2006

8a85a48 commented

I just encountered this problem with a Mac I'm setting up for my daughter. Our two Macs are both running Cyberduck 2.6 on a small LAN behind a DSL router. Her Mac is experiencing the "PORT 0,0,0,0,nnn,nnn" problem; mine works fine. The only difference I can find is her Mac is running 10.4.6 and mine is still at 10.4.5.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jun 22, 2006

@dkocher commented

Fixed with 796419c.

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