Manage FTP command restrictions

Use the FTP Commands page to allow or restrict individual FTP commands for specified user classes.

The following topics provide how-to instructions for managing FTP command restrictions:

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Add an FTP command entry

Use the following procedure to add an FTP command entry.

  1. Select Access > FTP Commands.
  2. The FTP Commands page is displayed.
  3. Click New FTP Command Entry. A new line is displayed in the list.
  4. Select an FTP Command to allow and restrict.
  5. In the Allow/Forbid field, select FTP Command Allowed or FTP Command Forbidden.
  6. Select the User Class. Asterisk (*) means all users.
  7. Click the Save icon (Save) in the Edit column.
  8. The new entry is added before the existing entries for that FTP command.
Note To cancel an add operation, select Access > FTP Commands again.

Edit an FTP command entry

Use the following procedure to edit an FTP command entry.

  1. Select Access > FTP Commands.
  2. The FTP Commands page is displayed.
  3. Click the Edit icon (Edit) in the Edit column for the entry to edit.
  4. Make the required changes in the fields.
  5. Click the Save icon (Save) in the Edit column.
Note To cancel an edit operation, select Access > FTP Commands again.

Reorder FTP command entries

SecureTransport applies the FTP restrictions for each command in the order they are displayed in the list. To restrict an FTP command for some users and allow it for others, create two or more entries and reorder them with the most restrictive commands first.

  1. Select Access > FTP Commands.
  2. The FTP Commands page is displayed.
  3. Click Reorder.
  4. Up and down arrows are displayed in a column before the FTP Command column for the FTP commands that have two or more entries.
  5. Drag the rows of the entries to the required order.
  6. You can reorder the entries for only one FTP command each time you click Reorder.
  7. Click Save Order.
Note To cancel a reorder operation, select Access > FTP Commands again.

Delete an FTP command entry

Use the following procedure to delete an FTP command entry.

  1. Select Access > FTP Commands.
  2. The FTP Commands page is displayed.
  3. Select the check box for each entry to delete.
  4. Click Delete.
  5. Click OK in the confirmation dialog box.
Note You cannot delete the last entry for each FTP command.

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