Passive mode transfer using Host On-Demand FTP with vsftpd
The configuration file of vsftpd might need to be changed for passive mode transfer using IBM WebSphere Host On-Demand FTP client.
Resolving the problem
By default, the Host On-Demand FTP client uses the proxy server settings based on the browser configuration. If the browser is configured to use a proxy server, the passive mode transfer with a vsftp server will fail.
When it fails, Host On-Demand shows an error pop-up dialog, "Connection closed by remote host". The status bar logs the error message, "425 Security: Bad IP connecting".
This problem can be resolved by doing one of the following:
- Configure the browser not to use a proxy server and restart the browser,
- Add "pasv_promiscuous=YES" to the vsftpd.conf file, which is usually found in the /etc/vsftpd directory.
Please refer to vsftpd documentation (man page) for more technical information on the pasv_promiscuous parameter.
More support for:
WebSphere Host On-Demand
Software version: 10.0
Operating system(s): AIX, HP-UX, IBM i, Linux, NetWare, Platform Independent, Solaris, Windows, z/OS
Reference #: 1245424
Modified date: 07 September 2006
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