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  1. @DrRooo Have you setup the MasqueradeAddress and Passive ports in your proftp.conf file? # using a DNS name MasqueradeAddress # NAT ports should be safe... PassivePorts ##### ##### Where is your DNS name (which you can use DuckDNS to get one if you don't already have a static IP or DNS name) and ##### ##### are the passive ports used to connect to the FTP server. An exampl would be something like this: # using a DNS name MasqueradeAddress # NAT ports should be safe... PassivePorts 50500 50525 Those passive ports then need to be added into your router's port forwarding to go to the local IP of your UnRaid server. You also need to make sure that port 21 (or whatever you changed it to) also is directed to the UnRaid server within the router's port forwarding.
  2. I don't know the issue, but I can say that I just updated mine and it works perfectly.
  3. Thanks. I'll check the syslog. I was out of town and things acted a bit odd but I think there were internet issues.
  4. Is there any way that accessing the FTP server too much would cause it to restart? When not home I am trying to watch my media files remotely using the FTP server as my access. It seems to work quite well, but on occasion it seems I loose access to the server. It may just be random Internet issues, but would I see anything in logs somewhere?
  5. @SlrG Thanks for everything you have done with this plugin. It is very much appreciated.
  6. It is in the "show more settings" section of the docker setup.
  7. Random I think is the key. If ProFTP thinks it has all these ports to randomly choose from but they are not ALL open in the router, then the connection can't happen. Now that I understand this, it makes sense!
  8. So connecting to ProFTP with passive mode is flummoxing me yet again and I just can't understand why. I just made a few small edits to my conf file for folder access and things got messed up, so I started from scratch. I have this in my .conf file: # Server Settings ServerName ProFTPd ServerType standalone DefaultServer on PidFile /var/run/ProFTPd/ # using a DNS name MasqueradeAddress # NAT ports should be safe... PassivePorts 60000 65535 When connecting from an FTP application like FileZilla I get this error and it fails to list the directories even though the user was able to log in: I have ports 60000-60005 open on my router. I had to open them each separately as Google's Home app on Android is broken and does not allow entering a range. I had this same issue in the past and never could figure out how/why it just started working when the configuration is exactly the same. Oddly enough I can use the site and can connect to ProFTP without issues. EDIT: Okay. I figured out the issue but I do not know the networking voodoo behind it. Since I can only enter one port at a time in my broken Google Home App I only entered from 60000-60005. Once I changed the range in the conf to just be those ports it worked perfectly.
  9. Not sure there is a way. Maybe a cron job that sends some commands to TinyMM if it accepts commands like that.
  10. In the Docker settings for TMM, what are your USER_ID and GROUP_ID settings? I think for user "nobody" and group "users" they should be set to USER_ID 99 and GROUP_ID 100.
  11. I just bit the bullet and rebuilt the database in the docker version. Having network paths would still be nice though. Another thing I noticed is that I can not open the path to my movies using the path link under a movie's detail page. It always give an error that it can not open the path. I will on occasion use that to quickly check the folders to make sure there are no errant files laying around and that things were renamed properly.
  12. Is there a way to add the paths as network paths such as \\Tower\Movies instead of the local paths? I have TinyMM on my PC and would love to just copy over the database files and settings and start using it in the docker without loosing my current database. On my PC the media source paths were added as a network path.
  13. Thanks. I haven't had an issue where I need to recover anything. It's just something I was wondering if is possible in any way. Thanks for all the extra information though!