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Latest CSF no longer works on cPanel VPS?

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by aisagtr, Mar 27, 2008.

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  1. aisagtr

    aisagtr Guest

    We installed the latest CSF on a few of our VPS and its been killing pure-ftpd lately.

    Whenever the firewal is turned on, ftp users are getting timeout errors or unable to list dfirectory.

    We are using the latest cPanel STABLE on CentOS 4 and the following IP tables modules are installed:

    ip_tables
    ipt_state
    ipt_multiport
    iptable_filter
    ipt_limit
    ipt_LOG
    ipt_REJECT
    ipt_conntrack
    ip_conntrack
    ip_conntrack_ftp
    iptable_mangle

    Even the following are set for pure-ftp and csf:

    # configure the FTP daemon to use that same hole. For example, with pure-ftpd
    # you could add the port range 30000:35000 to TCP_IN and add the following line
    # to /etc/pure-ftpd.conf (without the leading #):
    # PassivePortRange 30000 35000
    # Then restart pure-ftpd and csf and passive FTP should then work
    MONOLITHIC_KERNEL = "1"

    Turn off CSF and things back to normal.

    Advise, please?
     
  2. dnswho

    dnswho Well-Known Member

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    I have the same problem but my was the server was going up and down. What I did is resintall it work now maybe you should do the same thing
     
  3. aisagtr

    aisagtr Guest

    Hi

    Thanks for the advice but it didnt work. :(
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    If you are having problems with CSF you'll need to take it up at that site, not here.
     
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