Re: Problem with PASV

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Are the computers on different (private) networks?

For example, if computer A is on subnet 192.168.1.0/24 and computer B is on subnet 192.168.2.0/24, then there would need to be a static route set from computer A to computer B (and vice versa), as those address are non-routable addresses and must be explicitly routed.

Brian

On 16-Jul-04, at 2:11 PM, J.L. Coenders wrote:

Hi,
I have two computers, both running FC2. On one I have vsftpd running, on the
other I use gftp (or any other ftp client) to connect to the other computer.
When the PASV command comes by, an error appears: No route to host


What is wrong?

- Jeroen


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