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FTP from Files with no CIFS or NFS

Hi guys,

I am trying to connect an FTP client to one of my filers to get a crash dump.

I have no CFS or NFS and the filer is not attached to our domain.

I have the following settings on, But i am still not able to make a connection. Is anyone able to point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance for all your help.

option ftpd.enable: Value must be TRUE (1, on, ON, yes, YES, true, TRUE)
or FALSE (0, off, OFF, no, NO, false, FALSE).
fcp.enable                   on
flexcache.access             none
flexcache.deleg.high_water   90
flexcache.deleg.low_water    50
flexcache.enable             off
flexcache.per_client_stats   on
flexscale.enable             off        (same value in local+partner recommended                                                                              )
flexscale.lopri_blocks       off        (same value in local+partner recommended                                                                              )
flexscale.normal_data_blocks on         (same value in local+partner recommended                                                                              )
flexscale.pcs_high_res       off        (same value in local+partner recommended                                                                              )
flexscale.pcs_size           64GB       (same value in local+partner recommended                                                                              )
fpolicy.enable               off
fpolicy.i2p_ems_interval     0
fpolicy.multiple_pipes       on
ftpd.3way.enable             off
ftpd.anonymous.enable        off
ftpd.anonymous.home_dir
ftpd.anonymous.name          anonymous
ftpd.auth_style              mixed
ftpd.bypass_traverse_checking off
ftpd.dir.override
ftpd.dir.restriction         off
ftpd.enable                  on
ftpd.explicit.allow_secure_data_conn on
ftpd.explicit.enable         off
ftpd.idle_timeout            900s       (value might be overwritten in takeover)
ftpd.implicit.enable         off
ftpd.ipv6.enable             off
ftpd.locking                 none
ftpd.log.enable              on
ftpd.log.filesize            512k
ftpd.log.nfiles              6
ftpd.max_connections         500        (value might be overwritten in takeover)
ftpd.max_connections_threshold 0%         (value might be overwritten in takeove                                                                              r)
ftpd.tcp_window_size         28960

Re: FTP from Files with no CIFS or NFS

Scott

You posted this question on a V-Series community.  This community focuses on back-end usage of third party (non-NetApp) storage arrays with our V-Series controllers.

FTP questions are front-end items that would apply to any FAS or V-Series controller.

You should post your question to a different community.

You may also want to open a support case with NetApp Support (NGS)

Steve

Re: FTP from Files with no CIFS or NFS

Look Sorry Steve, I didn't realise.

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FTP from Files with no CIFS or NFS

Set options ftpd.auth_style to unix and create an entry in /etc/passwd or NIS.