I just installed a new Cisco RV325 router/firewall and everything is working fine. I then did a port scan from the WAN side just to see what ports were open and I was surprised to see FTP on port 21 and RealServer on port 7070. I wasn't able to FTP in (the connection was dropped immediately) but I would rather close off that port completely so that is not visible to a port scan.
Can you point me to the part of the documentation that turns off external services? I found "Block WAN request" and that makes the router not reply to pings but I don't see anything specifically for FTP.
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