: How can RaidenFTPD work with SMC Barricade routers
: Here is how to configure raidenftpd with PASV-mode behind a SMC Barricade
SMC7004BR (should work with other models too, but the SMC7004BR is the one
with the PASV-bug) . PS. This router automatically
*patch* all PASV commands into P@SW
A. CONFIGURING YOUR ROUTER
enable the DHCP Server
- under DHCP Server/Fixed Mapping you have to add the computer with the
raidenftpd (in this case: 192.168.123.103)
- under virtual server you have to enable the Service ports 20 and 21
- under virtual server you have to enable a port range for the PASV-mode
on 192.168.123.103 (in this case: 1140-1149 - I only allow 10 connections
to the raidenftpd, per connection you need min 1 port).
That's all for the router configuration.
note that the 192.168.123.103 is our sample "private IP address"
, it maybe different in your environment
- under Setup/FTP-Servers you have to check USE DATA PORT RANGE 1140 to
- if you get a dynamic IP from your ISP you have to check http://www.raidenftpd.com/en/raiden-ftpd-doc/howto-setup-ip.html
how to setup the router so that it gets his correct IP (if you use
PASV-mode the server sends IP and PORT to the client)
- under RaidenFTPD.ini you have to set ALLOW_P@SW=1 (this is because some
SMC Barricade routers (specifically the 7004BR) have a bug/feature where
an incoming PASV command is converted to P@SW and rejected by the FTP
server). Now P@SW is handled like PASV by the raidenftpd.
That's all for the raidenftp.
Raiden *should* now work perfectly with your Router. I have not tested
this on any other setups than mine, which is Win2K. If it works for you
too, please leave a response.
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