I have FTP server on Debian 7 (ProFTPD 1.3.1) and security rule:
and now FTPS connection works.
With "application-default" as a service FTPS sessions hangs on listing directory and sfter some time FTP client was disconected.
I'm on 6.0.2 PAN with latest updates.
Is this a normal behaviour? According to best practice we should use "application-default" as a service - but in this case we couldn't.
Please share Your opinion about that.
If you want to find out root cause for issue, than try following commands.
Look at your Ubuntu proftpd.conf file and confirm what port is configured as the listening port for the traffic. These are frequently on non-standard ports which mean you can't use application default. You can use any or the better option of the specific port that is configured.
Only one option related to ports is:
# Port 21 is the standard FTP port.
FTPS uses the same port as a FTP (look onto my screenshot) and above configurations. Applipedia dosn't have dedicated app because its a regular FTP tunneled in SSL (according to my knoweladge)
i think you are mixing up some thinks.
FTPS is FTP with TLS encryption and uses still standard Port 21
SFTP is secure copy over ssh Protocol which uses Port 22
I don't know why hshah is talking about Port 25
FTPS should work with app FTP and app-default (actually it does in my config)
You should start a flow debug to find out whats happening.
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