How to set MA5200G as FTP-server

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How to set MA5200G as FTP-server

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Created Mar 1, 2016 16:31:13 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Handling Process

Firstly, FTPCLIENT should PING through to one of interface address (including virtual interface address) of MA5200G. If it is connected to external network interface, it should ping through the address of the interface.



[Quidway-aaa] domaindefault_admin

[Quidway-aaa-domain-default_admin] authentication-scheme local




1 The user newly added belongs to default_admin by default, and it needs not to change it; the default authentication policy is deault1 (radius authentication), and it could be changed to local authentication on demand; that is, create a new local authentication policy and refer it to deault_admin;

2 Add a new user, with administrator user domain as its domain, viz. default_admin. ftp-directory command is used to set the root directory after login of FTP user. Since the root directory cannot be changed after login, it should be set to the upper-layer directory that you want to cache file. On demand, it is suggested to set to the root directory of FLASH or HD.

3 authentication-type command is used to set if a user enables FTP login, telnet login, serial interface login or SSSH login; F type must be contained in FTP account number created, and it contains all types when defaulting to non-setup.

For login to MA5200G via FTP client, the operation is similar to that after login to FTPSERVER.

Note: domain name could be set by yourself, but it cannot use non-authentication, or it will result in false path, failing the FTP login.

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