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why i cannot read my FTP NAS 323 through aztech router

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Hello,
i have a D-Link NAS 323. I want to set FTP server on my NAS 323.
I have a aztech router. My router has build in FTP server.
I use filezilla to connect to my FTP server.
i set my port to 449 because i have built in FTP server in my router.

Way i configure:
First i set up NAS 323 and now my client pc can read from NAS.
Then i create FTP with port 449 in my NAS 323
After that i setup DNS and is working (http://mydomain.com)
In my router i port forward 449 on the NAS 323 ip address.
THen i try to connect my ftp (ftp://mydomain.com:449) and i receive error message error connection.
Then i try to connect using (ftp://mydomain.com) and i can log in to my router FTP server.

WHy i cannot read NAS 323 FTP server.
Any step i miss out?
 

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Check if you have firewall enabled, try turning it off on your router/PC.
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by:tankergoblin
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i turn my firewall off already.
what else i miss out
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I would try to set it up on port 21, just to see if it works...
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No it doesnt work.
please give some experts opinion
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Maybe silly question, but sometimes work, did you click on a button 'start ftp server' in advanced tab - ftp server and status is other than stopped?
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by:tankergoblin
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yes i did that also...
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can you please state down all the possibilities?
so that i can give you points as soon as possible
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Did you ever manage to connect to this FTP? For example from local lan and local IP address? Your configuration seems to be OK.
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by:bncloud
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It appears that the D-Link DNS 323 has inherent problems with FTP access that will need to be addressed in a firmware update.  I don't recall the specifics, but I recall reading extensive threads about the issues at the Dlink Support forum.  I have been able to connect to my DNS 323 via FTP (port 21) sending data over an unencrypted channel.  Unfortunately, the SSL/TSL option seems to be unsupported as of yet, even though the option is available within the NAS configuration panel.

Hence, without a secure channel, I won't be using my 323 as an FTP server, and therefore have closed my port 21 on my router.
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