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How can I access my ReadyNAS through FTP when my ReadyNAS is behind my home firewall and my client is behind my school/work/etc. firewall?

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Q4. I get errors when I try to issue commands. My logs mention extended passive mode. Q5. I can't seem to access certain files and directories in my share. Q6. I can access my NAS over FTP using an FTP client, but not with Internet Explorer. ---------------------------------------- Answers: A1. In the Services page, select Anonymous for FTP mode. Note that Anonymous FTP is the only mode available in Share mode. A2. Try changing the MTU on your router to 1492. This is often needed when the ReadyNAS is connected to the Internet through a Cable-based broadband service. A3. You will need to setup the ReadyNAS for passive (PASV) FTP. To do this, go to the Services page and setup the options under FTP. In this case, you will need to select a passive port range (in most cases, a small range of 10 to 20 ports will do) and forward it from your router to the NAS. You will also need to enter your public domain name or IP address in the Masquerade field. more
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You will need to setup the ReadyNAS for passive (PASV) FTP. To do this, go to the Services page and setup the options under FTP. In this case, you will need to select a passive port range (in most cases, a small range of 10 to 20 ports will do) and forward it from your router to the NAS. You will also need to enter your public domain name or IP address in the Masquerade field. For more information on passive FTP, go here: http://slacksite.com/other/ftp. more
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