> It might be possible, we have very restrictive firewall. Is there 
> any way how to detect which port it is trying to use so I can allow 
> them?

In passive mode, the FTP server offers an IP address and port for the
client to connect to, you have no control over what ports it chooses. 

Since it returned a 10.x address, I guess the server is also behind a NAT
firewall, it should have offered a public address in the passive response.

Try connecting to our ICS SSL FTP server on ics.ftptest.org, with login
anonymous.  It works for me from behind a NAT router here with SSL.  The
FTP server has remotely accessible logging to see who is accessing it.  I
can give you a private login if you need to upload stuff. 


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