This is quite strange. If you can access that FTP site from another network and from home and have full functionality then it certainly sounds like there is something interacting with your particular site and its ASA. But I do not see anything in the parts of the config that you posted that would explain this.
When you connect to this site from your network where there is a problem, if it will not do the dir command, then I wonder what it does with other control commands such as pwd or cd? Can you print your working directory or change directory to some other directory?
I do not see anything here that explains why this is an issue. So we need to keep looking for something.
In looking around I see some things that say that some versions of the Windows FTP client have problems with or do not support the passive mode (pasv command). Is the version of Windows that you use at home (that does work with this server) perhaps different from the version of Windows used on PCs in the office?
If there are perhaps issues with the Windows FTP client, perhaps we should focus on filezilla access to the FTP server.
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