Re: tunneling problem

From: Jeff Shipman - SysProg (jeff@nmt.edu)
Date: 04/23/02


From: Jeff Shipman - SysProg <jeff@nmt.edu>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 10:38:32 -0600

Does anybody have any tips for this?

Jeff Shipman - SysProg wrote:

> I have a problem where a user of ours is unable to tunnel
> their ftp program (which is internal GoLive! software)
> through ssh for a secure connection. I've even tried this
> between two machines on the same subnet and it does not
> work.
>
> This is what I do (note that I first disable the ftp server
> on my own machine):
>
> bash-2.05# ssh reznor.tcct.nmt.edu -l shippy -L21:reznor.tcct:21
>
> successfully logs me in as shippy on reznor.
>
> Then, on my machine in another window:
>
> shippy@neptune:~> ncftp -ushippy localhost 21
>
> NcFTP 3.0.3 (April 15, 2001) by Mike Gleason (ncftp@ncftp.com).
> Connecting to 127.0.0.1...
>
> reznor FTP server (Version wu-2.6.2(1) Fri Nov 30 10:50:22 MST 2001) ready.
> Logging in...
>
> Password requested by 127.0.0.1 for user "shippy".
>
> Password required for shippy.
>
> Password:
>
> User shippy logged in.
> Logged in to localhost.
>
> ncftp /u/shippy > put foo
> connect failed: Transport endpoint is not connected.
> Falling back to PORT instead of PASV mode.
> put foo: PORT failed.
>
> On reznor, I see:
>
> chan_shutdown_read failed for #1/fd5 [i1 o128]: Transport endpoint is
> not connected
>

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