Can't login to vsftpd
kevintm at ameritech.net
Sat Feb 23 21:47:10 UTC 2008
Mark> Colin Paul Adams wrote:
>> Locally, I can login anonymously to my vsftpd service.
>> But if I try to login from a KVM virtual machine running
>> FreeBSD, I get permission denied.
>> Why? I can't find any log messages, nor any configuration
>> options that suggest it shouldn't be allowed.
>> Any clues?
Mark> Are you trying to login anonymously from the VM? Any other
Mark> login type is managed by /etc/vsftpd/user_list and
Mark> It may also be the conf file isn't setup to use network
It is, as far as I can tell.
And there is nothing in the tcp wrappers files, so all hosts should be allowed.
Mark> Or maybe iptables?
No. My firewall is downstream on the router, so it doesn't get a
-- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
Could it be an issue of the client trying/not connecting from a priviledged (< 1024) port? There is a setting in vsftpd.conf for to
allow/disallow that. If you tcpdump the connection from the KVM what do you see for the connection?
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