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Windows 2000 NAT and ICS

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I am running a home network with an adsl connection to the internet and I have used both windows 2000 ICS and NAT to connect my home network to the internet. My problem is that in both cases computer on my home network cannot access an ftp server on a non-standard port. I can connect and login but not transfer anything, not even the file list. What setting do I need to set up to open up the data port?
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Switch your FTP client to PASV mode.  Should fix your problem
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