Forum Replies

  1. Thanks dude, you saved me the day

  2. I had a bash script tied to scrot to upload screenshots to my website and I had this exact problem a while back. I had thought something was wrong with my host. Thanks for this; my script now works correctly! I wonder what led the lftp guys to setting SSL support on by default. It’s usually a good idea, but how many hosts out there actually support SFTP?

  3. THANK YOU. Saved my pasty white butt on this one.

  4. I was also having this problem and disabling SSL didn’t work. I found the problem was because of CSF (the firewall). I had to disable passive mode, set the port range, and add the port range to csf.conf.

    I added the following to /etc/lftp.conf:

    set ftp:passive-mode off
    set ftp:port-range 64200-64300

    And I added 64200:64300 to the TCP_IN line in /etc/csf/csf.conf. So it should look something like this:

    TCP_IN = “20,21,22,25,53,80,110,143,443,465,587,993,995,3306,64200:64300”

    You will also need restart CSF (using ‘csf -r’)

  5. Good morning!

    Actually lftp issue AUTH TLS when this command is advertised by the FTP server.

    1. AUTH TLS is falsly advertised (very rare)
    2. the FTP server’s encryption setup has an error (I do have a case like this)
      My vps has a working proftpd TLS setup.

9 more replies! Ask a question or join the discussion by visiting our Community Forum