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#4184 rejected 425 Can't open data connection. Silent

I have set the server to explicit TLS and encrypted data connection. I have opened port TCP 21 and TCP data port 990 to the server machine. The client connects just fine but I get the above error and the client cannot retrieve the file list. I copy below the log from the client: "Quote" Status: Resolving address of ??? Status: Connecting to ???.???.?54.?91:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220-FileZilla Server version 0.9.29 beta Response: 220 get out of here Command: AUTH TLS Response: 234 Using authentication type TLS Status: Initializing TLS... Status: Verifying certificate... Command: USER ??? Status: TLS/SSL connection established. Response: 331 Password required for ??? Command: PASS * Response: 230 Logged on Command: PBSZ 0 Response: 200 PBSZ=0 Command: PROT P Response: 200 Protection level set to P Status: Connected Status: Retrieving directory listing... Command: PWD Response: 257 "/" is current directory. Command: TYPE I Response: 200 Type set to I Command: PASV Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (???,???,???,???,6,229) Status: Server sent passive reply with unroutable address. Using server address instead. Command: LIST Response: 425 Can't open data connection. Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing "Unquote"

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#9873 outdated 425 Unable to get local socket name d9

I'm getting the following error running the newest version of the software and connected to an FTP with settings "active" transfer, and trying to LIST the contents of a directory.

425 Unable to get local socket name (getsockname) [126 The specified module could not be found.]

I installed FileZilla roughly 8 months ago and have been performing all regular updates to the software.


#948 450 error when home directory is mapped network drive keseberg

Using FileZilla server 0.9.10 beta. Works fine when user home directory is on a local drive. However, simply changing directory to R:, for example, which is a mapped network drive (mapped with different user name which is a domain\user for user and password), the server always gets error 450, cannot access file. Same error is reported at client system. I am able to copy files into this mapped network drive, so there doesn't SEEM to be an access problem.

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