I have a site to site VPN setup with Cisco/Altiga VPN concentrators and I'm having issues with FTP through the VPN. Unix boxes work just fine, but NT fails. I know unix uses passive ftp and nt uses active, but that really shouldn't matter here. Any ideas???????
Are you using any filtering mechanisms? as in access list or firewall ip filtering?
if so then I think it could be that NT "is" using active FTP!, because in active mode, when the remote (client) end wants to send a file it tries to open a TCP connection to ports above 1024 on the local (server) machine instead of ftp-data (20). This means you can't restrict these TCP connections without breaking active FTP.
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