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Old 07-14-2010, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default FXPing from NAS to TVIX?

Hi all, I'm trying to fxp some stuff from my Synology 409+ NAS over to my TVIX 6500 - however, I feel I am running into a wall.

[L] Connecting to NAS -> IP= PORT=21
[L] Connected to NAS
[L] 220 DiskStation FTP server ready.
[L] USER *********
[L] 331 Password required for ********.
[L] PASS (hidden)
[L] 230 User ********** logged in.
[L] 215 UNIX Type: L8
[L] 211- Extensions supported:
[L] 211 End.
[L] 257 "/" is current directory.
[R] Connecting to TVIX -> IP= PORT=21
[R] Connected to TVIX
[R] 220-Local time is now 08:06
[R] 220 You will be disconnected after 300 seconds of inactivity.
[R] USER tvixftp
[R] 331 User tvixftp OK. Password required.
[R] PASS (hidden)
[R] 230 OK. Current directory is /
[R] 215 UNIX Type: L8
[R] 211-Features:
[R] 211-EPRT
[R] 211-EPSV
[R] 211-MDTM
[R] 211-PASV
[R] 211-SIZE
[R] 211 End
[R] 257 "/"
[R] CWD /disk1
[R] 250 Changed to /disk1
[R] 257 "/disk1"
[L] CWD /DiskStation/TV
[L] 250 CWD command successful.
[L] 257 "/DiskStation/TV" is current directory.
[L] 200 Type set to I.
[R] 200 TYPE is now 8-bit binary
[L] SIZE 00000.MTS
[L] 213 67184640
[L] MDTM 00000.MTS
[L] 213 20081003190942
[R] SIZE 00000.MTS
[R] 550 Unable to stat()
[R] 227 Passive mode OK (192,168,1,125,191,204)
[L] PORT 192,168,1,125,191,204
[L] 200 PORT command successful.
[R] STOR 00000.MTS
[L] RETR 00000.MTS
[L] 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for '00000.MTS' (67184640 bytes).
[R] 425 Connection must originate at (not
[R] Transfer Failed!

I have a NETGEAR WRN2000 router, PC is, TVIX is and NAS is

Obviously I'd like to be able to transfer direct from the NAS to the TVIX without having to ftp to my PC and back up again, but I'm unsure how to achieve this, I'm aware it's probably some router settings, hope someone can walk me through it!! Cheers.

I had tried this on the final of FlashFXP and now I'm using the latest beta. (3.7.9 build 1454 BETA)

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Old 07-14-2010, 07:57 AM   #2
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[R] 425 Connection must originate at (not
2 things regarding this message.
generally it means that a server is configured not to allow fxp(site to site transfer).
however, instead of 1st ".150" ip one would expect ".100" since the server is saying 'i will accept connections only from your computer and not any other ip'.
so either its a bug in TVIX's ftp server or your router is messing with your ftp session.

make sure you configure tvix's ftp server to allow fxp transfers. once you've done that and it doesn't help, can you enable ssl encryption or move them to ports other than 21 on both of those ftp servers to eliminate the possibility of your router messing with ftp commands.
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Old 07-14-2010, 09:22 AM   #3
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Thanks, I will try that, I'm not sure the tvix has any fxp options and I definately know it will not accept ssl encryption as I've tried that. Hopefully I can change the ports though, else I'm stuck trawling through the router!

I had ticked the uploading and downloading "pasv" boxes in "alternative site to site" but when I returned them to the default state, ie off, this is the error that reports...

[L] 425 Will not open connection to (only to
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