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Old 07-10-2006, 12:53 PM   #1
BoJaNgLeS
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@every1,

Hi there, I am from the Netherlands so I hope I can make myself understand correctly in Englisch For the last 2 days I've been trying to set-up ioFTPD v5.85 Pro and I have NO experience with this program what so ever. I used to work with serv-U (among others) but i've been told that ioFTPD is the program to have, especially because I want to use it in mIRC and I need to keep track of who gets what, when and how, so... Here I am

Until now I think I did oké. I installed the program, I adjusted the default.vfs to my likings, I implemented ioGui2 (and it works), I made groups, users, logins & password combo's with IP etc.etc.

I am behind a router so I opened up port 9999 for ioFTPD in both my router and in the WinXP firewall because that is my operating system. I also set-up a static local ip and I opened up port range 1024 - 2048 (used by ioFTPD...right?) in my router.

Now comes my problem: "People from the outside can't get in"

Where and how do I put what IP's in? I mean, I know I need to put them somewhere in the .ini file but no matter where I put them, I still can't get in using my external IP adres. I do get in (from the inside) with what I think is also an internal IP namely 127.0.0.1 That same IP I found in the Host.Rules in ETC. Do I need to change something there? I can also NOT get in with my 'normal' static internal IP 192.168.1.102 Shouldn't it be possible for me to get in ioFTPD with a program like ioGui2 or FlashFXP using my external IP adres?

I really don't know anymore. I am looking through the logfiles but so far I didn't find anything that could help me.

I there anyone that can help me, or put me in the right direction. I was so proud of myself to get this far as a complete FTP dummie and I don't want it to end here.

I attached my .ini file maybe that can help you in helping me to solve my problem.

Please, help me
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Old 07-10-2006, 01:23 PM   #2
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well , in your hosts file in /etc your have to remark the deny rule and make the accept rule active

like this

## POLICY ACCEPT CONNECTIONS_PER_IP
## POLICY DENY
##
## once you have changed the master password (see README.1st) for your
## server, you should change your default policy from DENY to ACCEPT (by
## commenting out the DENY line and uncommenting the ACCEPT line) to allow
## connections from any ip address.
##
#POLICY DENY
POLICY ACCEPT 9


the 9 stands for the amount of concurrent connections per IP

I myself have the "problem" that I am not using any router, so the only ip that can be seen from the outside is the BIND ip in the ini file

I had to set it up like this

[Any]
Host= can put anything here, but it wont work anyway so I put my external ip here too.
Ports= 1401-1410
Random= True
;Global_Inbound_Bandwidth= 10000
;Global_Outbound_Bandwidth= 10000
;Client_Inbound_Bandwidth= 100 [*registered version*]
;Client_Outbound_Bandwidth= 50 [*registered version*]
Bind= external ip , like 85.21.233.21

Hope this helps

Ron
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Old 07-11-2006, 05:42 AM   #3
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Please update your profile so that people can see that you are a registered user and allowed to use the -r version.
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Old 07-12-2006, 04:22 AM   #4
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Please update your profile so that people can see that you are a registered user and allowed to use the -r version.
I am new at this, but I think I just did...right
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:37 AM   #5
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It still doesn't say "ioFTPD Registered User" under your name.
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