I need assistance getting FTP inspection to work with NAT.
NAT is working, but not with FTP inspection. When
the client issues the PASV command, the server reply contains the original (not nat'd) IP
address. For example this is what the client sees:
<- 227 Entering Passive Mode (192,168,200,114,7,175)
192.168.200.114 is the server's real IP. I want it to show the NAT'd IP which is
=== RELEVANT CONFIG ===
access-list NAT line 10 extended permit ip 192.168.200.0 255.255.255.0 any
I was able to find the solution. I was not applying 'inspect ftp' to the correct interface. FTP inspection needs to be applied on the interface facing the ftp client. Which in my case is interface vlan 100 (not shown above). I was mistakenly applying it on the interface facing the FTP server.
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