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|#8136||worksforme||FTPS with PASV not working from internet side.|
I've set up my server to enable implicit FTPS (port 990) but the unsecure connection method is still accepted too.
When I try to connect to the server using unencrypted method, everything works fine, no matter if I'm local or internet originated. But for FTPS, it's different. From local network, everything is fine, from the internet side the connection goes as far as switching to passive (PASV) mode. From there on, connection hangs. I checked the logs on my client and believe to know the cause (but not the solution): Upon switching to PASV mode, my client is given the local IP-address instead of the real 'outside' ip-address. It is as if the server suddenly believes this connection to be on the local net and thus not send the 'real' address.
I.o.w. when using FTPS and PASV mode enabled for all but local connections, Filezilla server is still sending the local ip-address together with the port nr to use for the passive connection to an external client trying to connect. This isn't so for unsecure connections and therefore I believe this to be a bug.
|#1712||duplicate||Quota on used space|
It would be fun to add a support for disk usage quota like there is in Serv-U...
I've found that Filezilla Server would be a good alternative for Serv-U and i'd like to use it, but without a quota, i can't....
|#4171||rejected||Time change on local machine not recognised by client|
If after starting Filezilla, you change the date and time on the workstation, the displayed timestamps of the files on the server are adjusted by the same amount.
To repeat error. Set time on workstation incorrectly by a large amount backwards ie 6 months Connect to server Correct time on workstations Timestamps on server files are now displayed as being 6 months in future.
Restarting Filezilla shows correct timestamps
I know that the local machine time should always be correct, but in this instance it was not when Filezilla was started.