Need some help figuring out what my problem is here with NAT not being performed on our data connections using Ability File Server 1.20 (Code-crafters.com) along with the Linksys/Cisco RV042 router.
The server sees and accepts client connections on port 21 fine but can't get an active data connection using PASV or active port assignments. I can log in fine using command-line FTP (and see this in the login window on the server), but actions initiating data-related commands fail with a 425 'Can't open data connection'. Trying to connect to FTP using a browser or My Network places fails outright (probably for the 425)
We're using PASV mode with ports 4990 through 4997, with our gateway being 192.168.1.1. Connections are accepted on port 21,which is forwarded (along with PASV ports) from this gateway to 192.168.1.8, which is the local IP for the server. With the appropriate Internet Options for view in Win Explorer and PASV on, I can't get XP or Win 7 clients to connect either in a browser or as an FTP network place. Same behavior with or without encryption.
From the command prompt, however, I can get a connection fine with or without encryption, but the 425 data connection failure always occurs.
Looking at the AFS log, it is only seeing the gateway's LAN address for the client connections, though on the client side they are being assigned the proper internet IP of our gateway (64.xx.xx.34), and the proper PASV port. It seems that though port 21 is forwarding properly to the FTP server, they are not for the PASV ports, and NAT is not being performed for the data connection such that AFS cannot see the client's IP.
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