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VSFTP anonymous upload

Im trying to configure VSFTPD to allow anonymous users to upload. For example im trying to upload from cisco router to the linux (CentOS) machine the config files. Here i have post my vsftpd.conf ...
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VSFTP configuring Virtual users [closed]

I would like to know what is the best practices or what is the secure way of configuring virtual users via MySQL or Berkeley DB + PAM ???
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Connections Number of VSFTP in Passive Mode

When working with passive mode, if we set pasv_max_port to 10100 and pasv_min_port to 10090. Does it mean the VSFTP server can only service 10 clients concurrently? Can we set a same port number to ...
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vsftpd can not jail users using chroot

This is making me go crazy. I am trying to block a user nathan to his home directory and not allowing him to crowse around. I read all the articles but chroot is not working for me. I have this in my ...
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VSFTPD command ls hang

I have a ftp server with vsftpd. and if I do command ls always hang. Previously run well, some of the time when I log back in when this happens like this. user@serverubuntu:~$ ftp localhost Connected ...
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897 views

VSFTPD - FTP over TLS - Upload stops after exactly 82k?

I installed a VSFTP daemon on a CentOS server, using a RSA certificate for logging in using explicit TLS. Now, I cannot upload more than 82k. With files under that limit, there is no problem. The FTP ...
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How does a vsftpd server work and how to configure it?

I was asked to configure a FTP server, based on the vsftpd package. The server is running on a remote machine to which I have a superuser privilege access. Being unfamiliar with the mechanics of FTP ...
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Can vsftpd be setup to configure arbitrary chroots on a per-virtual-user basis

Ideally I'd like something like proftpds ability to do this DefaultRoot /var/www/whatever/userone/ user1 DefaultRoot /home/directory/whatever/ user2 It's important that this be for virtual users.