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FTP connections problems in LAN
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[Solved] FTP connections problems in LAN
Hello, I am using Filezilla as a FTP client to connect me to my website, the problem is that I can only use the Client in my server (Yes, I have the client and the ftp server in the same computer). The problem is that when I try to connect me using other computer in my LAN, it doesn't work. I am not sure if this is a problem of the CentOS 7 firewall or something related with Sentora. I would appreciate any suggestions, thanks in advance
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
Centos 7 Firewalld is disabled by default you can check it's status. But explain me how do you have the client on same machine as server? Both on centos 7 or do you mean you have a VM?

Check your internal network settings if it's a VM.

You can also check if proftpd is running.
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
I installed CentOS 7 in a laptop, and then I install a desktop environment . I installed Sentora (and with it the FTP Server), and then I installed Filezilla. So I have the client and the server in the same machine. I did it just to see if it worked, because when I wanted to access using filezilla from another computer in my LAN, was not possible. SSH works correctly in my LAN, but for a strange reason, FTP doesn't. I think I could say that only works in my localhost
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
if should work BUT we never test sentora on desktop distribution mainly on minimal os installs.

Also likely check your firewall settings.
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
I also remember that something happens to the stack if you install the GUI. Something gets removed/disabled that the web stack relies on. Maybe it was only Ubuntu? It messes with the networking or something, I can't remember offhand.
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
If you need some GUI for a server you can use webmin instead of installing the whole desktop that don't offer no gui for server admin.

You can have a great file manager in terminal just install Midnight commander (MC)
Yum install mc
apt-get install mc
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[Solved] RE: FTP connections problems in LAN
mmm, well, I don't need a GUI for my server. I just installed the desktop environment to see if ftp worked there, but I can uninstall it. How can I configure the firewall of my CentOS 7 Server so that I can access to it using FTP from one computer in my LAN?
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Just use the servers internal IP.
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Firewall in centos 7 is disabled by default unless you restart iptables or FirewallD.

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