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You can further modify your ftpaccess file to control access to particular users or groups of users by defining a class for them and placing restrictions on that class. For example, you could define a class for connections from a particular host as shown here:
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Then apply controls such as limiting the number of connections from that host to five. This would be helpful for cases where you know many users from a particular host are trying to use your FTP site.
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If you want to allow users to upload files to a specific directory, you will need to specify that directory with an upload entry. For the upload entry, you need to specify the root directory of the FTP site (root directory for the ftp user), the directory to which files can be uploaded, whether uploads are permitted (yes|no), and the owner, group, and the file permissions for the files in that directory. The dirs and nodirs options will allow and disallow the user from creating subdirectories in that upload directory. In the next example, the /var/ftp/pub/incoming directory is the directory to which users can upload copies (/var/ftp is the FTP root directory). Any files in that directory will be owned by the ftp user, which is part of the ftp group, and will have the permissions 0666 (read/write access). Users are also not allowed to create subdirectories.
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The wu-ftpd server also supports virtual hosts. These are FTP sites that have different addresses but use the same server. To enable wu-ftpd to service a virtual host, you need to specify information about its root directory, its hostname, and user access. You specify this information with the virtual command using different options. The first argument is usually the IP address of the virtual FTP server. Then, different options let you specify certain information. With the root option you can specify the server's root directory. The banner, password, and logfile options specify the banner, password, and log files. With the hostname and email options, you give the virtual host's hostname and the e-mail address for its administrator. The deny and allow options let you list read and guest users that can or cannot have access to the virtual server. The private option denies access to anonymous users. In the following example, a virtual FTP server called ftp.mypics.com is created whose IP address is at 10.0.0.1. This virtual server has a root directory at /var/ftp/mypics and uses the log file at /var/log/syslog. The administrator's e-mail address is aleina@turtle.mytrek.com.
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You use the ftphosts file to allow or deny access by other host computers to your FTP site. When the remote system accesses your system, it does so by logging in as a registered user. Access is made through a user account already set up on your system. You allow the remote host to log in as a certain specific user or deny access as a certain user. You could use this kind of control to allow or deny anonymous access to the FTP user by a remote host. The file ftphosts has two kinds of entries: one for allowing access and the other for denying access. Entries to allow access begin with the keyword allow, then the user account on your system to which the host is allowed access, followed by the address of the remote host. The address can be a pattern that can be used to match several hosts. You can use any of the filename generation symbols (see 9). Entries to deny access begin with the keyword deny, then the user account on your system to which the host is denied access, followed by the address of the remote host. The terms deny and allow can be misleading. allow is a much more restrictive control, whereas deny is a much more open control. allow only allows access from the remote host to the specified account. No other access is permitted. You could use allow to permit a remote host anonymous access only. deny, on the other hand, only denies access to the specified account. You could use deny to deny anonymous access by a certain system, but not any direct FTP access from one user to another.
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