FTP Server Behind Time Capsule

Set server up as "default" host in time capsule using the airport utility. On client use the the "u" flag -u Restrains ftp from attempting ``auto-authentication'' upon initial connection. If auto-authentication is enabled, ftp attempts to authenticate to the FTP server by sending the AUTH command, using whichever authenti- cation types are locally supported. Once an authenti- cation type is accepted, an authentication protocol will proceed by issuing ADAT commands. This option also disables auto-login. # ftp -u ftp.server.com Connected to ftp.server.com. 220 FTP server (tnftpd 20100324+GSSAPI) ready. Remote system type is UNIX. Using binary mode to transfer files. ftp> user (username) ftpusername 331 User ftpusername accepted, provide password. Password: 230 User ftpusername logged in. ftp> passive Passive mode off. ftp> mput file.txt mput file.txt? y


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