FTP script execution times
CurlyBrackets last edited by
So now that my pfsense box is up and running, handling everything beautifully, i started to forward ports and test my servers functionality… i ran into a snag when i tested the FTP server (using net2ftp)... on my prior router the script executions were almost immediate but now that i have switched over to the pfsense box it takes around 20 seconds to do anything. I've disabled the ftp-helper thing on all interfaces (WAN, LAN, and LAN2) as well as forwarded port 21 to 192.168.1.50. The server is connected to LAN2 which has access to LAN and the internet, i know that it does because i can access my steam clan's web page from my computer (same network) and from school. LAN2 is bridged to LAN so it shares the subnet and a rule on LAN2 allows for the sharing of the DHCP.
What could be the issue behind the long script execution times? Is it that i haven't created the proper firewall rules or is it just an issue with how many things the connection ahs to got through (main computer->old router->pfsense->server)?
Thank you in advance for helping a newbie set up his network :P