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[DeleGate-En] Re: ftps fails to work with client side ssl utilized.... connected but directory hangs
01 Aug 2006 19:40:58 GMT Michael Ingardia <>

One last note:
You can also reproduce the problem against this ftp server which you can 
download and run locally.


Yutaka Sato wrote:
> Hi,
> In message <_A3429@delegate-en.ML_> on 07/30/06(11:33:12)
> you Michael Ingardia <> wrote:
>  |I am trying to use Delegate version 9.2.3 on windows ( will try on Linux 
>  |and solaris later this week) as a ftps proxy.  When invoking the server 
>  |as follows:dg9_2_3 -P21,990 SERVER=ftp STLS=fcl,fsv
>  |
>  |The server starts up, and seems to be and running.  Using a ftps client 
>  |I can connect to the proxy and login, and even get to the target ftps 
>  |server just fine.  When I try to retrieve a directory listing however 
>  |the process hangs after receiving the "here comes the listing" message 
>  |from the server.  I have tried several ftps servers and get the same 
>  |result.  Connecting directly to the ftps server does not have this issue 
>  |( using vsftp on fedora 3 as the server).
>  |
>  |Running the proxy as follows however does work.
>  |dg9_2_3 -P21,990 SERVER=ftp STLS=fsv
>  |
>  |But connecting in this way I have to have my ftp clients be regular ftp 
>  |clients not ftps clients.
>  |
>  |I have also tried mitm for STLS and it also hangs upon trying to 
>  |retrieve the directory listing.
>  |
>  |Thoughts?
> I think the LOGFILE of your DeleGate shows some hints about the problem.
> If the server is accessible by me, I'll test it.
> Cheers,
> Yutaka
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