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Blocking of incoming IPs on my FTP server


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I can't find where to type the rule to accept incoming calls from other IPs to my FTP server.
Eset blocks all calls coming to the FTP server and I can (only temporarily unblock one IP only) - as shown in the attached screenshots.
How and where to enter the rule to allow the FTP server to communicate with different IPs?

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It is highly depressing that the explanations in ESET help sometimes show completely different interfaces!

Zbigniew

 

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This rule that troubleshoot wizard has created , you can edit and remove the IP Address from there that will make it open from all areas to your FTP port ( I can't know what is the port )  , or for more secure access , only allow the IP addresses that should be allowed and the rest to be blocked , so you don't have some bots trying to brute-force you.

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Do you use active or passive FTP? If the former, you'll have to open communication on port 20 as well. In case of passive FTP, communication on local ports > 1023 needs to be allowed besides port 21.

For more information, see https://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html for instance.

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