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    I want to setup FTP server on my Mac. Tried File Sharing but its AFT not FTP on port 21. How do I set it up ?

    Some help would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    I want to setup FTP server on my Mac. Tried File Sharing but its AFT not FTP on port 21. How do I set it up ?

    Some help would be great.
    Use the more secure SSH server then SFTP into the Mac at port 22

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Use the more secure SSH server then SFTP into the Mac at port 22

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    So how do I configure my Mac as a SFTP server.. ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    So how do I configure my Mac as a SFTP server.. ?
    Sharing->Remote Login (I guess its the correct translation) It's one topic below Web-Sharing.

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    Thanks got it.

    Problem Solved, once again !
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    Be aware that if you have a sftp runnign you will possibly provide ssh too. If you want user to be only able to connect for filetrasnfer you need a sftp only chel, everthing is a huge risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sam View Post
    Be aware that if you have a sftp runnign you will possibly provide ssh too. If you want user to be only able to connect for filetrasnfer you need a sftp only chel, everthing is a huge risk.
    Thanks for the alert. Yes, I guess its a risk with FTP. So, is there a way to restrict connections from a country (India) only ? So, when someone connects, it checks who.is for the IP and if country code is "IN", then it grants access or else connects are denied...

    Some thing like that would greatly minimize the risk...
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