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Filezilla FTPS through Checkpoint

Posted on 2012-04-10
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I'd like to roll out Filezilla FTP over SSL via our network. Unsecured over port 21 its fine, users can login and list directories fine.

When I enable SSL on the Filezilla Server I am unable to list folder contents, with the error shown below.

Filezilla Error
I am lead to believe that this is due to a firewall configuration issue.

Followingsome instructions from Checkpoint, I have configured an ftp-ssl-control service on port 990 and an ftp-ssl-data service with the port >1024 with 989 as the source.

This still not allow the directories to be listed.

Is there anything I am missing? Is it even possible?

I can provide more screenshots/info if required.
checkpoint-ftprules.jpg
ftp-ultraNode.jpg
ftp-ssl-control.jpg
ftp-ssl-dataTCP.jpg
ftp-ssl-dataTCP-adv.jpg
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Question by:ultra-it
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John Hurst earned 500 total points
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You may also wish to disable Passive FTP to see if that helps. .... Thinkpads_User
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by:grimkin
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Hi,

what kind of logs are there pertaining to the ftp session? Make sure you are logging on those rules and then check tracker and let us know,

Thanks
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