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Old 31st July 2007, 12:41 PM
sabrelinux Offline
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FTP/Dynamic IP/FedoraCore6

I got the ddclient installed. Got a dyndns.org setup and had them talking okay. Got the vsftp .conf file configured (atleast i think so). However when i try to get to my box i can't. I even opened all ports on the router, then opened all ports on the linux box. Still no go, when i opened all the ports i was able to hit it with telnet. I got the reply of connection refused. How do i know what ports are opened in linux? is there a way to open like port 20 or 21 for ftP? or just for telnet? Thanks guys, any help is appreciated.

Fedora core 6/vsftp/ddclient/dyndns.org

If you want more info posted please let me know i can post anything you'd might need. Thanks.
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Old 31st July 2007, 03:29 PM
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Has FTP been allowed as a trusted service in SELinux?

Check if the server is configured correctly - can you connect to it using your LAN address?
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ftp or dynamic, ip or fedoracore6

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