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Serv-U Gateway on a DMZ

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Created by Dhalia Turiaga, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

Serv-U Gateway by default does not listen for Serv-U control connections on 1180 on any public IP addresses as most customers use private IPs combined with static NAT rules in their DMZ.

The following gateway configuration setups are supported:

  • Serv-U with Public IP --> Gateway with a different Public IP with CIDR
  • Serv-U with Private IP --> Gateway with Public IP with CIDR
  • Serv-U with Private IP --> Gateway with Private IP

Environment

  • Serv-U version 15.x
  • Windows Vista/7/8, Server 2008/2012 - C:\ProgramData\RhinoSoft\Serv-U (Folder is Hidden in Windows by default)
  • Windows 2000/XP, Server 2000/2003 - C:\Program Files\RhinoSoft\Serv-U
  • Linux - /usr/local/Serv-U

Detail

If Serv-U is on a NATted set up, use the IP that is in the gateway’s interface therefore it is the private IP address and not the public one as seen on the screenshot below:

 

 

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