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DenyFilter regular-expression Specifies a regular expression, which must not match any command. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global DenyUser user-expression Users denied access within a Limit block. Default: None Context: Limit Directory-specific configuration. Used to create a block of directives that apply to the specified directory and its subdirectories. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global Specifies the text file displayed to a user the first time he or she changes into a given directory during an FTP session.
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Table 23-4: ProFTPD Configuration Directives, proftpd.conf Description Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Directory, Global
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Specifies the text file displayed to a user who logs in. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global Global configuration block is used to create a set of configuration directives applied universally to both the main server configuration and all VirtualHost configurations. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost Access restrictions on FTP commands, within a given context. The command-group refers to groupings of commands as defined in the ProFTPD documentation. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Directory, Anonymous, Global, .ftpaccess Default options for directory listings (as in the ls command). Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Global Maximum number of connected clients allowed. The message specified is displayed when a client is refused connection. Default: MaxClients none Context: server config, Anonymous, VirtualHost, Global Maximum number of times a client may attempt to log in to the server during a given connection. Default: MaxLoginAttempts 3 Context: server config, VirtualHost, Global Configures the order that Allow and Deny directives are checked inside of a Limit block. Default: Order allow, deny Context: Limit When on, proftpd, during login, opens the system-wide /etc/passwd, /etc/group files, accessing them even during a chroot operation that changes the root directory. Default: Platform dependent Context: server config Allow or deny logins not listed in /etc/shells. By default, proftpd disallows logins if the user's default shell is not
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LsDefaultOptions "options string" MaxClients number| none message
MaxLoginAttempts number
Order allow,deny|deny,allow
PersistentPasswd on|off
RequireValidShell on|off
Directive
Table 23-4: ProFTPD Configuration Directives, proftpd.conf Description listed in /etc/shells. Default: RequireValidShell on Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global
ScoreboardPath path
Directory that holds proftpd runtime Scoreboard files. Default: ScoreboardPath /var/run Context: server config E-mail address of the server or virtual host administrator. Default: ServerAdmin root@[ServerName] Context: server config, VirtualHost The server daemon's operating mode, either inetd or standalone. Default: ServerType standalone Context: server config Maximum number of seconds proftpd allows clients to stay connected without any activity. Default: TimeoutIdle 600 Context: server config Permissions applied to newly created file and directory within a given context. Default: None Context: server config, Anonymous, VirtualHost, Directory, Global, .ftpaccess The user the proftpd daemon runs as. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global Maps a login name used by a client to a user ID on the server. A client logging in as login-user is actually logged in as user ID. Often used inside an Anonymous block to allow specified login-names to perform an anonymous login. Default: None Context: server config, VirtualHost, Anonymous, Global
ServerAdmin "admin-emailaddress" ServerType type-identifier
TimeoutIdle seconds
Umask octal-mask
User userid
UserAlias login-user userid
VirtualHost address
Configuration directives that apply to a particular hostname or IP address. Often used with virtual servers that run on the same physical machine. The block is terminated with a /VirtualHost directive. By using the Port directive inside a VirtualHost block, creating a virtual server that uses the same address as the master server, but that listens on a separate TCP port, is possible. Default: None Context: server config
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Different kinds of directives exist. Many set values, such as MaxClients, which set the maximum number of clients, or NameServer, which sets the name of the FTP server. Others create blocks that can hold directives that apply to specific FTP server components. Block directives are entered in pairs: a beginning directive and a terminating directive. The terminating directive defines the end of the block and consists of the same name, beginning with a slash. Block directives take an argument that specifies the particular object to which the directives will apply. For the Directory block directive, you must specify a directory name to which it will apply. The <Directory mydir> block directive creates a block whose directives within it apply to the mydir directory. The block is terminated by a </Directory> directive. <Anonymous ftp-dir> configures the anonymous service for your FTP server. You need to specify the directory on your system used for your anonymous FTP service, such as /var/ftp. The block is terminated with the </Anonymous> directive. The <VirtualHost hostaddress> block directive is used to configure a specific virtual FTP server and must include the IP or the domain name address used for that server. </VirtualHost> is its terminating directive. Any Directives you place within this block are applied to that virtual FTP server. The <Limit permission> directive specifies the kind of access you want to limit. It takes as its argument one of several keywords indicating the kind of permission to be controlled: WRITE for write access, READ for read access, STOR for transfer access (uploading), and LOGIN to control user login. A sample of the standard proftpd.conf file installed as part of the ProFTPD software package is shown here. Notice the default ServerType is standalone. If you want to use xinetd to run your server, you must change this entry to inetd. Detailed examples of proftpd.conf files, showing various anonymous FTP and virtual host configurations, can be found with the ProFTPD documentation, located in /usr/doc, and on the ProFPTD Web site at www.proftpd.net.
# # # # This is a basic ProFTPD configuration file (rename it to 'proftpd.conf' for actual use. It establishes a single server and a single anonymous login. It assumes that you have a user/group "nobody" and "ftp" for normal operation and anon. "ProFTPD Default Installation" standalone on
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