I got this from the TCP Debug command.

************************************************** **************************
OUTBOUND packet to "Discard"

Protocol Type=(TCP) Protocol Flag=(SYN)

Source Address=( Destination Address=(

Source Port=(1314) Destination Port=(21)

Source TOS=(Dynamic) Destination TOS=(ftp-control)

Source Interface=(2) Destination Interface=(3)

Source Circuit=(62836) Destination Circuit=(57413)

Source GroupID=(0) Destination GroupID=(0)

Discard filter rule from "Filters" list

Filter Protocol Type=(IP)

Source Interface Type=(Any) Destination Interface Type=(BOARD)

Source Address=(Any Address) Destination Address=(Any Address)

Source Interface Number=(0) Destination Interface Number=(3)

Source Port Range=(0-0) Destination Port Range=(0-0)

Source TOS=(Reserved) Destination TOS=(Reserved)

Source Group Name=(None) Destination Group Name=(None)

Source Group ID=(0) Destination Group ID=(0)

Source Remote System ID=(None) Destination Remote System ID=(None)

Source Circuit=(0) Destination Circuit=(0)

************************************************** **************************

To me it looks like the Default IP filter is blocking this FTP request. The
problem is that I have an exception that is defined this way:

Src Interface Type: Interface
Src Interface: Public
Dest Interface Type: Interface
Dest Interface: Private

Protocol: TCP
Src Ports: 1024-65535
Dest Ports 20-21
Ack: Disabled
Stateful: Disabled
Src Addr Type: <ANY>
Dest Addr Type: <ANY>

If I am reading this right, this should not be blocked. Am I correct in

Thanks in advance.