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    [6.7.0] FTP re-enables on reboot


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    To reproduce:

     

    Management UI -> Settings -> FTP Server

     

    Set FTP server: Disabled then Apply.

     

    Status in top right should show Status: Stopped

     

    Click Dashboard then Reboot icon.  Proceed.

     

    Once back up, Settings -> FTP Server, Status: Running

     

    System:

     

    Just upgraded to 6.7.0 from 6.6.6.  Still in trial (28 days remaining...), active directory joined, no dockers, plugins, and one user share created.

     

    That is as far as I've gotten, except to disable FTP and then reboot due to the ugprade...

     

     

     

     

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    If there's no users defined for FTP, then it is actually disabled.

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    47 minutes ago, Squid said:

    If there's no users defined for FTP, then it is actually disabled.

    If so, than the GUI should not say "enabled", and certainly it should not say next to it: "Status: Running"

     

    In reality something is clearly going on even if there is no user.

    Connecting to FTP server is giving different errors depending on the state of the switch:

    Enabled (no user assigned): "Connection closed without indication. The connection attempt was rejected."

    From time to time also "Error 500"

    Disabled: "Connection refused (Connection refused). The connection attempt was rejected."

     

    If the error message is consistently different, than the state of the server must be different - maybe not ftpd itself, but the firewall rules change?

     

     

    EDIT: correct, when FTP server is set to Enabled, even without any users, port 21 is open, whereas with server set to disabled it is closed as it should be.

    Edited by woocash

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    You can have it disabled permanently via the Tips & Tweaks plugin

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