Pf, ftp-proxy and proftp running into a jail
david.marec at davenulle.org
Sun Oct 5 15:00:59 UTC 2008
I am trying to get protftp running into a jail, avalaible from outside the
First, i wrote rules to redirect ftp traffic from ext_if to the jail and to
nat jailled traffic to ext_if.
After login, the data connection keeps being closed in passive mode; the
active mode is running well.
then, i tried to use ftp-proxy, by adding the following entries into rc.conf:
ftpproxy_flags="-vv -R ftp.server.address -p 21 -b ext.if"
and followed the tutorial i found on the openbsd website:
But, i can't even connect to the ftp server.
What is the right way to use ftp-proxy ?
The pf.conf file could be loaded from here:
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