I am very concerned about the security of my servers. My favourite file-management software does not support any other unix standards than plain ftp.
How is it possible to set up my FreeBSD 5.2.1 that way, that it will accept ftp connections only from itself, so that iff the login to the system is done via SSH with port-forwarding, then one can open ftp-connection?
(It will be very nice if in this case the username/password is not requested again, i.e. the ftp connection is anonymous and yet the ftp-client gets the same rights to files as SSH-logged user, who has the port-forwarding, but this does not sound like easy doable.)
Put it in other words, how can I make ftpd listen only to 127.0.0.1?
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