[conntrack_ftp] ftp _server_ behind dnat

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Hello,

I recently played around a new FTP server on KVM host which is connected
via DNAT from the main host.

Now I was thinking that the conntrac_ftp and nat_ftp module is the
correct one to configure it correct. But after several tests and finally
reading the source code of conntrac_ftp I find out that this bunch of
logic only match for a _client_ behind nat (SNAT) using active FTP.

So am I right that there is no module out there that supports passive
FTP server behind DNAT? (Of course I know about the possibility to route
a fix port range to the FTP server but I wanted to have a more reliable
way to do that.)

Regards
   Klaus
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