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#11529 rejected 421 Proxy is closed Clovis Celestin
Description

When trying to log on to FileZilla Server from a specific client machine, i receive the following entries:

Status: Resolving address of XXX Status: Connecting to XXX... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 421 Proxy is closed Error: Could not connect to server

On the other end we have FileZilla Server v 0.9.60

The connection work fine for other client machines.

#7298 invalid 421 Too many connections (1) from this IP Steve Ruprecht
Description

Everytime I try to upload a video to the server, I get this message. It is for my domain name steveruprecht.com

#7376 outdated 425 Can't open data connection Touseef K
Description

I am Touseef from HP trying to replicate customer's issue. Customer uses external ftp site hosted on Filezilla Server 0.9.34 beta. They use our scanner to send to ftp but it fails saying "unable to write file at this location, please use someother location". It works fine from Windows and other scanners sending to same location. I have been able to replicate the problem sending to the customer's ftp site. I captured network trace on both working and non working device. The difference i found was the non working device uses EPRT command to open connection for transfering data and the ftp server responds saying "425 Can't open data connection" where as the working one uses PORT command and it works fine there. I downloaded the same ftp server application and tried replicating, but was able to send fine from the non working device. Now i am wondering what setting on the ftp server can we configure to make ftp server accept connections on EPRT command. Your advice will be really helpful. I have attached screenshots of the network trace for your reference.

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