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ProFTPD uses only one configuration file, named proftpd.conf, located in the /etc directory. Configuration entries take the form of directives. This format is purposely modeled on Apache configuration directives. With the directives, you can enter basic configuration information, such as your server name, or perform more complex operations, such as implementing virtual FTP hosts. The design is flexible enough to enable you to define configuration features for particular directories, users, or groups. To configure a particular directory, you can use an .ftpaccess file with configuration options placed within that directory. These .ftpaccess options take precedence over those in the proftpd.conf directory. .fptaccess files are designed to operate like .htaccess files in the Apache Web server that configure particular Web site directories. You can find a complete listing of ProFTPD configuration parameters at the ProFTPD Web site (www.proftpd.net) and in the ProFTPD documentation installed in /usr/doc as part of the ProFTPD software package. Several of the more commonly used parameters are listed in Table 23-4. When creating a new configuration, you should make a copy of the proftpd.conf configuration file and modify it. Then you can test its syntax using the proftpd command with the -c option and the name of the file. Table 23-4: ProFTPD Configuration Directives, proftpd.conf
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Description Response message sent to an FTP client indicating the user has logged in or anonymous access has been granted. The magic cookie '%u' is replaced with the username specified by the client.Default: Dependent on login typeContext: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global Used inside a Limit context to specify explicitly which hosts and/or networks have access to the commands or operations being limited. Used with Order and Deny to create access control rules. Default: Allow from all Context: Limit Allows access to a Directory, Anonymous or Limit block Default: Default is to implicitly AllowAll, but not explicitly Context: Directory, Anonymous, Limit, .ftpaccess
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AllowFilter regular-expression Allows the configuration of a regular expression that must be matched for all commands sent to ProFTPD. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global AllowForeignAddress on|off Allows clients to transmit foreign data connection addresses that do not match the client's address. Default: AllowForeignAddress off Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global
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AllowGroup group-expression List of groups allowed in a Limit block. Default: None Context: Limit AllowUser user-expression Users allowed access. Default: None Context: Limit
AnonRequirePassword on|off Requires anonymous logins to enter a valid password that must match the password of the user that the anonymous daemon runs as. This is used to create guest accounts that function like anonymous logins but require a valid password. Default: AnonRequirePassword off Context: Anonymous Anonymous root-directory Create an anonymous FTP login, terminated by a matching /Anonymous directive. The root directory parameter is the directory proftpd first moves to and then chroot to, hiding the rest of the file system. Default: None Context: server config,VirtualHost Alternate group's file with the same format as the system /etc/group file.
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Table 23-4: ProFTPD Configuration Directives, proftpd.conf Description Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Global
AuthUserFile path
Alternate passwd file with the same format as the system /etc/passwd file. Default: None Context: server config,VirtualHost, Global Allows additional IP addresses to be bound to a main or VirtualHost configuration. Multiple Bind directives can be used to bind multiple addresses. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost
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DefaultRoot directory [group- Default root directory assigned to user on login. The group-expression argument restricts the DefaultRoot expression] directive to a group or set of groups. Default: DefaultRoot /Context: server config, VirtualHost, Global Deny ["from"] "all"|"none"|host| network[,host| network[,...]] List of hosts and networks explicitly denied access to a given Limit context block. all indicates all hosts are denied access, and none indicates no hosts are explicitly denied. Default: None Context: Limit Deny access to a directory, anonymous FTP, or Limit block. Default: None Context: Directory, Anonymous, Limit, .ftpaccess
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