Injoy Firewall not allowing ftp access on Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
I have a Windows 2003 Server with a Firewall from called Injoy.  
I am unable to access ftp server through this firewall.  If I shut down the firewall ftp works.
This is over a tcp stack on port 21.

Any ideas as to what the problem may be?

Question by:michaelrobertfrench
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    active or passive ftp? or both?
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    Do netstat -a on the server.
    The ftp program might need more ports.
    It will show.
    Open them too.

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    When you say access, do you mean you cannot log in at all? Or do you mean, you can log in but cannot list folders, etc?
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    Well im using Injoy3.0 to - and had the same problems with opening some ports - have you check that you registaration key is properly registered? Check for at ---> C: -->Program files -->ijfw --> config --> gateway.cn_ (you open this file with notepad) and then it should NOT look like this:
    ; Purpose..:  InJoy Firewall basis configuration
    ; Syntax...:  Records begin in first position of a line.
    ;             Strings and IP addresses must be in quotes.
    ;             Blank line(s) terminate a record.
    ;             Lines starting with the '#' or ';' denote a comment.
    ;             Default values provided by matching file in the TEMPLATE dir.
    ;             Records must have unique names.
    ; Help.....:  Product documentation and matching template/.dct file.
    ; Errors...:  Written to LOGS/ACTIVITY.LOG

    SETTINGS       Name = "Evaluation",
                   Code = "2413e366e151629467b055666360626064600092ae658939a589250c3000003e6803b1932f163a0a",
                   Internal-Net-1 = "",
                   Internal-Netmask-1 = "",
                   Internal-Net-2 = "",
                   Internal-Netmask-2 = "",
                   Internal-Net-3 = "",
                   Internal-Netmask-3 = "",
                   PPPoE = Disabled,
                   PPTP = Disabled,
                   IPSec = Disabled,
                   DHCPd = Disabled,
                   Fragment = Enabled,
                   MTU = 1500,
                   MSS-Adjust = 1200,
                   Identd = Disabled,
                   Identd-User = "JohnDoe",
                   DNS-1 = "",
                   DNS-2 = "",
                   GUI-Server = Disabled,
                   GUI-Password = "test",
                   GUI-Port = 3333,

    Evaluation is where youre key name should go in:

    Code is where your code key should go in:

    After this everything should work like a a charm!

    Good luck!


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