On Wednesday 11 April 2007 12:26:42 pm Derrill Guilbert wrote: > I've been given an old machine, and asked to turn it into an ftp server. It > will got on its own IP, separate from the one our LAN uses. It will have > three read-only users and maybe five read/write users. It will contain > design data that we're transferring to the offices in China. That is, we > will upload it from here in at the main office, and the China staff will > download it to implement the little containers we're building. > > This does not need to be secure beyond password protection necessarily, > though some sort of secure FTP would be fine. > > What I would really prefer is some sort of BSD based simple FTP server > setup. I've found several BSD based router/firewall/whatever servers out > there, such as m0n0wall and pfsense, among others, and I would like > something that simple for an FTP server. That is, I want to be able to > install the server and then only have to configure users, no mess with > hardening things and setting up pf or so ... > > Does such a thing exist? Am I needlessly complicating things for myself in > another way (often the case, I'm little more than a user when it comes to > FreeBSD)? > > Any kind of guidance on this topic would be appreciated --- if what I want > to do can be done with a custom install of FreeBSD, that'd be wonderful > also. > > Thank you in advance for any guidance.
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/network-ftp.html David -- bureaucracy, n: A method for transforming energy into solid waste. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"