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Inbound ACIVE and PASSIVE FTP on ASA firewall code 8.2(2)

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how do i enable ACTIVE and PASSIVE inbound FTP through ASA firewall.. I have gone through majority of online documents and cant seem to figure it out.. Please assist

I get the following errors when i try the passive FTP.. i have tried with inspect on and inspect off.. same results.. I know what the error means.. I want a work around that if any..

2010-11-04 16:12:05      Local7.Warning      fwea01-a      Nov 04 2010 16:12:03: %ASA-4-406002: FTP port command different address: 10.60.x.x(External IP) to 192.168.x.x on interface INSIDE
2010-11-04 16:12:05      Local7.Warning      fwea01-a      Nov 04 2010 16:12:03: %ASA-4-507003: tcp flow from ISA-Vlan:192.168.x.x0/19600 to INSIDE:10.60.x.x/21 terminated by inspection engine, reason - inspector drop reset.
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This was done by disabling inspect for the entire flow on the firewall.
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This was done by disabling inspect for the entire flow on the firewall.
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