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Home FTP Server v1.10.0.138

Home FTP Server v1.10.0.138

PostAuthor: JoseyWales » Tue Nov 10, 2009 6:09 pm
OS:Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
License:Free
WEB: http://downstairs.dnsalias.net/homeftpserver.html
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Home Ftp Server is an easy to use FTP server, intended for personal usage, that allows you to share files directly from your PC. You can set up user accounts, specify directory permissions and monitor access to individual files. It supports virtual directories, banned IP addresses and offers a web based administration interface that lets you add users and view current statistics.


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Re: Home FTP Server v1.10.0.138

PostAuthor: jhurilla » Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:57 am
How do I setup an FTP server behind a firewall? I want to setup a spare laptop as an FTP server with filezilla ftp server on windows XP. I can access a remote ftp server via filezilla but yet I can only access my own server locally?
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Re: Home FTP Server v1.10.0.138

PostAuthor: nGAGE™ » Tue Jun 08, 2010 5:15 pm
There are multiple ways of going about it. It depends a bit on how you setup you local network.

Will your laptop have internet access even though FTP server is local only?
Or does your laptop not require internet access?

Will your laptop's network access be wired, or wireless?

One you know the answers to that, it shouldn't be hard to decide on how to limit your access. In general, the simplest way would be to lock-down all FTP access and only allow access to specific IP's, which you would then specify as being your PC's local IP (being something like; 192.168.1.x)

Let me know if you need anymore specific help. ;)
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