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Problem with Firewall/Ftp

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Megamec, Oct 20, 2005.

  1. Megamec

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    I have a box with 1and 1 with Plesk 7.5. Now with the package, 1and1 include a 1&1 External Firewall (Cisco). The problem I have is each time I turn it ON, I cant access my server with ftp on all my account. If I turn if OFF, ftp is working fine. So what's the problem? If I have to configure it, what is the rule I have to put to make it work safely.

    Thank's guys,

    Mario ;)
     
  2. AFTDESIGN

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    I had the same problem also till I modified the external firewall rules. It doesn't have to be exactly like what I did below.


    Go to the 1and1 Cisco Firewall module.

    Edit the active rule set.

    Add the following rule.

    Remote IP: ALL
    Protocol: TCP
    Remote Port: Any
    Local Port: Single Port = 21
    Action: Allow
    Status: Active


    That is the rule I added and it works for me.



    -Andrew
     
  3. Megamec

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    Thank you, you fixed the problem :D

    Now, I have another one. I transfered all my files on the server (inclued index.html) but I still have the original UNDER CONSTRUCTION PAGE. I dont know why, I have my own index.html file but the server still display the original one. Dont worry, I already flushed the cash on my browser ;-) Hope you have a good answer for me ;-)
     
  4. AFTDESIGN

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    What directory did you upload to?




    -Andrew
     
  5. Megamec

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    The folder /httpdocs on my server
     
  6. AFTDESIGN

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    There usually are several.

    Was it something like the following?

    /home/httpd/vhosts/default/httpdocs




    -Andrew
     
  7. Megamec

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    There is a : /home/httpd/vhosts/default/htpdocs if I use the root access.

    But I can see the domains name under : /home/httpd/vhosts

    If I use ftp, I logged under the right domain so I transferted all my files under /httpdocs from ftp.
     
  8. AFTDESIGN

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  9. Megamec

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    Hey Andrew, can we chat under MSN, it's gone a be easier for me ;-) If you have a dedicated server with 1and1, your the right guys to help me configure my first domain un the server.
     
  10. AFTDESIGN

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