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Configure Cisco Firewall and IIS7 for FTP

Hi,

my Windows 2008 Server is behind a Cisco ASA 5505/10 firewall and I need to make a PASV ftp connection working for them.
What I did in IIS I add a port range for ftp 49152-65535 and enter the IP of the firewall.
Now I ever get a 550 timeout from my ftp client.
About the firewall I found that I've to enter a new policy with these lines:
class-map inside-class
match default-inspection-traffic
policy-map inside-policy
class inside-class
inspect ftp
service-policy inside-policy interface inside

Now I get no more timeout message but also no successful connect ...
Are there some more steps to do now?

Thanks Andre
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gavvingCommented:
Do you have an ACL on the firewall that's allowing inbound FTP traffic? i.e.:

access-list aclname permit tcp any host 4.4.4.4 eq ftp
access-list aclname permit tcp any host 4.4.4.4 eq ftp-data

Also I would disable firewall on the Windows 2008 server if you have that enabled.

On the ASA there may be (depending on your version of code) a command:

ftp mode passive




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andre72Author Commented:
Thanks for your support
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