Passive FTP and NAT Configuration Temporary Workaround
Last modified: October 19, 2020
cPanel & WHM’s implementation of PureFTP and ProFTPD causes an issue on NAT-configured networks on cPanel & WHM version 64 and older. This issue prevents Passive FTP connections to other IP addresses on the server, and connections via domains that resolve to other IP addresses.
MasqueradeAddresssettings to the configuration file.
In order to work around this limitation, perform the following steps:
- Follow the existing procedure in the How to Enable FTP Passive Mode document to configure Passive FTP on a NAT-configured network.
- Remove the
ForcePassiveIPsetting from the
/etc/pure-ftpd.conffile or the
MasqueradeAddresssettings from the
- Restart your FTP server.
You should be able to connect to all FTP-enabled domains on the server via a Passive FTP session.