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  • FTP won't start with changed Port

    I'm trying to change the port that FTP uses.

    When I edit the Pro-Ftp config file and change the port to anything other than 21 (i.e., 55555) the FTP server will not restart.

    I've opened the port in ConfigServer TCP_IN.
    Also the range 49152:65534 is open.

    I would like to remove block port 21.

  • #2
    Hi jimjam

    Have you opened port out as well

    Itís late here sorry but what is the message it shows when will not start

    Many thanks

    John

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    • #3
      Hi, the port 55555 is opened in both TCP_IN and TCP_OUT

      There is no error.
      I edit the proftpd.conf file in the FTP SERVER MANAGEMENT section.

      Change the line in this section
      Code:
      ##
      # Basic Defaults
      ##
      
      Port  55555
      Umask 022
      Click Save and Restart.
      It comes back to the panel with the FTP status Stopped.

      Clicking the restart arrow returns to status Stopped. No Error.

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      • #4
        Hi jimjam

        Many thanks

        I have just tried changing ftp port on one of our servers running latest IW-cp on centos 7

        It worked lovely and changed port to 55555 - stopped and started and restarted without issue

        I would open a support ticket with your license provider and let them have a look to see why your ftp is not restarting.

        Many thanks

        John

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