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Re: [SLE] FTP refuses to login
- From: dwj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Dwight Johnson)
- Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 15:05:51 -0800 (PST)
- Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.10.10003291453170.28181-100000@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
You have omitted from your new description the highly significant
information from your original help request mail that the _only_ two things
you changed from the time it did work to the time it didn't work were:
1) The IP address
2) The gateway address
Here is an experiment to try: what is the local IP address for the
server on your network? Suppose it is 192.168.1.2. Then try this from a
virtual console or xterm on the ftp server:
If this lets you log on as a user, the problem is between the ftp server
and the outside users trying to log in. If this doesn't let you log on as a
user, the problem is in the configuration on the ftp server.
On Wed, 29 Mar 2000, Craig Sharp wrote:
> Well I will try again with this question. Thanks to all who have been trying to help.
> I am running wu-ftpd.
> I have checked all logs for errors as well as using the -l option to wu-ftpd in the inetd.conf file. Nothing is showing up.
> I am able to login as anonymous to my ftp server. I am not able to login as a user even though the users can login via telnet with no problems.
> This appears to be a security problem.
> I receive the following error when trying to login as a normal user:
> 530 Login incorrect.
> Login failed
> Here is the ftpaccess file.
> # email of the responsible person for the %E-cookie
> email ftp-admin@localhost
> # if you specify a list of hosts for the "local" class, only those
> # hosts will be allowed to login as "real". All other hosts can
> # only login as "anonymous".
> class local real *
> class remote guest,anonymous *
> readme README* login
> readme README* cwd=*
> # limit of 20 connections
> limit local 20 Any /usr/local/ftp/msgs/msg.dead
> limit remote 20 Any /usr/local/ftp/msgs/msg.dead
> # output /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg on login
> # and all ".message" files in subdirectories
> banner /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg
> message .message cwd=*
> #message /msgs/welcome.msg login
> #message /usr/local/ftp/msgs/welcome.msg login local
> #message /msgs/welcome.msg login remote
> # do not check password for anonymous logins
> #passwd-check rfc822 warn
> passwd-check none
> # allow compression/tar for all users
> compress yes local remote
> tar yes local remote
> # log all transfers
> #log commands real
> log transfers anonymous,real inbound,outbound
> #shutdown /etc/shutmsg
> # do not give those files. do not give "core"-files in any directory.
> noretrieve /etc/passwd /etc/group core .notar
> noretrieve /usr/local/ftp/incoming
> # do not allow these commands for anonymous users
> chmod no guest,anonymous
> delete no guest,anonymous
> overwrite no guest,anonymous
> rename no guest,anonymous
> umask no guest,anonymous
> # !! see documentation how to setup uploads for anonymous users !!
> # specify the upload directory information
> upload /usr/local/ftp * no nobody nogroup 0000
> upload /usr/local/ftp /bin no
> upload /usr/local/ftp /etc no
> #upload /usr/local/ftp /incoming yes root daemon 0600
> # path-filter...
> #path-filter anonymous /msgs/pathmsg ^[-A-Za-z0-9_\.]*$ ^\. ^-
> #path-filter guest /msgs/pathmsg ^[-A-Za-z0-9_\.]*$ ^\. ^-
> # specify which group of users will be treated as "guests".
> #guestgroup ftponly
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