Yeah! That fixed it. You were right. I was able to just put ::ffff:
in front of the 11.22.33.44 and it worked. I wouldn't have thought of
that because I haven't really worked with IPv6 yet.

Thank you very much for your help.

Mark

On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 10:31:01PM GMT, TJ Saunders [tj@castaglia.org] said the following:
>
> > Jan 28 16:03:44 customer1 proftpd[24189] customer1: no matching vhost
> > found for ::ffff:11.22.33.44#1501, using DefaultServer 'ProFTPD server'

>
> This, I think, is the root cause. ProFTPD versions before 1.3.1 did not
> transparently handle IPv6 versus IPv4 connections; your proftpd was built
> with IPv6 support, so it treats all connections as IPv6 connections.
> However, the IPv6 address (as seen by proftpd) requested by the client
> doesn't match any of the virtual hosts configured -- hence the above
> message. (Note that you can change which virtual host configuration is
> used as the default, by proftpd, by placing the "DefaultServer on"
> directive in the preferred section.)
>
> One way you might try is to recompile proftpd without IPv6 support (i.e.
> do not use the --enable-ipv6 configure option).
>
> TJ
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