I have a very strange issue here. We recently upgraded our Linux server (Hardware and OS) and moved from proftp to vsftp. prior to the upgrade ms ftp had no issues connecting and could send large files from a remote server. Now when using ms ftp from any PC on the remote network with file over a half a meg we get a "NetOut: Connection reset by peer" error. Here is where it begins to get strange using core ftp I can put files of any size on the new box. Now it is getting even stranger. I can us msftp from any machine at home and put large files on the new box and I can ftp with ms ftp any file to my home server (Windows 2000, IIS5). Naturally I thought it was my firewall at the office (Linksys RV016) not liking the new server but I cannot for the life of me figure out where it could be going wrong. I have adjust the MTU from Auto to manual set at 1492 and 1500. I am at a loss and need to get this thing up and running as I have several batch files that put report data on the Linux box nightly.
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