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File Transfer Protocol is a standard network protocol used to transfer data across TCP-based networks between hosts.

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Does your FTP server enable throttling for the whole process itself? That seems like what you really want to do; It would automatically adjust the bandwidth per-user to stay within the total limit …
answered Nov 19 '10 by Andrew Barber
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I see no reason it couldn't work out fine, though I use the FTP-SSL functionality in IIS FTP7.5 myself. But I would want someone experienced with Filezilla server to, at very minimum, examine the …
answered Dec 6 '10 by Andrew Barber
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I am needing to use the functionality to set the FTP PASV port range that IIS FTP7.5 will use, but it seems this is locked down in configuration at the server level; I can not modify the port range …
asked Dec 16 '10 by Andrew Barber
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99.9% of the brute-force FTP stuff is trying... but I see no reason to allow thousands of attempts endlessly, and they can sometimes make fill the log files with lots of noise that makes it harder to … find potentially more targeted things. So, for passive FTP, would some sane rate-limiting in iptables for incoming TCP 21 be reasonably effective at cutting off the massive numbers of failed …
asked Nov 10 '10 by Andrew Barber