FTP (File Transfer Protocol) passive mode is a data transfer mode used by FTP clients and servers to establish a data connection for file transfers. In passive mode, the FTP server opens a port and listens for incoming data connections from the FTP client. The FTP client then establishes a data connection to the specified port on the server to transfer data. This is different from the traditional FTP active mode, where the client opens a port and listens for incoming data connections from the server.
To clarify, the mode of data transfer between passive mode and active mode is determined by the FTP client, and therefore, it is necessary to configure it in the FTP client settings.
I do not know your usage scenario, if you are simply uploading or downloading files, it is recommended that you use popular FTP clients such as FileZilla or WinSCP.