How to get Pure-ftpd to work in passive mode in the MGTS network?

Hi friend.
Still got me MGTS with their pretzels - I can't get to work, Total commander FTP in mode.
Tried to set a tunnel to manual https://lists.altlinux.org/pipermail/community/200...
So the link goes to but directory listing and file no, just the fact that I went to the server and he went to XS.
The problem is that the remote server tries to open another port different from 21, consequently I sit behind NAT with gray IP 10.*.* - LIC can't open connection to server trying to initiate one..
Question - is there a way to force the remote server is stupid in passive mode?
Well, as people work the same? Maybe what programmulina is to automatically create the tunnel? Putty as the curve "works" - that is not even working..
Fucking MGTS GPON.....
March 19th 20 at 09:03
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March 19th 20 at 09:05
Still got me MGTS with their pretzels - I can't get to work, Total commander FTP in mode.
A provider to this what does.

Question - is there a way to force the remote server is stupid in passive mode?
So elementary, your client must tell the server what will work in passive mode. And the server waits for a connection.

The problem is that the remote server tries to open another port other than 21
Port 21 is used for the control connection. Port 21 of the server accessed by the client. The server it tries to open. The server contacts it for that port, who informed him that your client is any port from 1024-65535.

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