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How to Enable and Use FTP Service Step-1: Enable FTP Services NETWORK SETTING пѓ FTP Service If the option вЂњAllow anonymous accessвЂќ is checked, Then, a folder /FTP will be created under the selected network volume, which is where all anonymous users will login to and access. For ADS/Domain users to use FTP service, please check mark the option вЂњCreate Home directory on loginвЂќ Step-2: Enable Home Directory in Logical Volume STORAGE MANAGE пѓ Logical Volume Manager When create a Logical Volume (LV), or modify an existing Logical Volume (LV), Please check the option: Assign LV as home directory This enables the option to assign a home directory for an user or not. Step-3: Assign User Home Directory USER & ACCESS пѓ Local User Management Check the option of вЂњAssign home directoryвЂќ for the user(s) that you allow to have home directory created. Without his or her own home directory, an user is not allowed to have FTP access even though the FTP service is enabled. If the вЂњFTP Chroot to homeвЂќ is not checked, then after login to the FTP, the user can crawl out his/her own home directory, and explore the entire directory tree in the NAS. (of course, the ACL permission assignments will still apply to all folders ) Remarks: #1: Currently, FTP services are for Local users, ADS user and NFS users. #2: Quota can be applied to userвЂ™s home directory folder as well. #3: /volume_name/ftp folder is where all the anonymous users will login to and access to. #4: /volume_name/user_name is the userвЂ™s home directory, and it is where an user login to and access to when not as anonymous. #5: if the вЂњFTP chroot to homeвЂќ is not checked, after the user gains ftp access, he/she can crawl out of his/her own home directory, and explore the rest of the directory tree in the NAS by using those ftp utility (such as FileZila, etc) If the вЂњFTP chroot to homeвЂќ is checked, then, the user is limited to access his/her own FTP home folder only. #6: In order to allow a group of specific people to share some files besides the /ftp folder, use the вЂњACL-LocalвЂќ page to create a local folder within the NAS network volume. Then, assign the folder permission/access-rights to this group of people. Then, after this group of people gaining access to the FTP, he/she can get out of his/her own home directory, and navigate to this special sharing folder. But the draw-back is, the administrator must take the efforts to manually and specifically assign ACL to all the rest of the folders. #7: ftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is for anonymous user accessing while ftp://email@example.com is for specific user accessing who has account on the NAS. and it will prompt for password. New Feature - SFTP Supported вЂ“ starting from release verion 100420K5 Now SFTP is supported. SFTP is enabled/disable by the exact same option for FTP: вЂњNETWORK SETTINGвЂќ пѓ вЂњFTP ServiceвЂќ пѓ вЂњEnable FTP ServicesвЂќ SFTP follows almost the same rules as for FTP: вЂњAssign LV as home directoryвЂќ in the LV page. вЂњAssign home directoryвЂќ for users in the Local User Management page. Except two things: (1) In order to use SFTP, a SFTP client program must be used, such as: SSH Secure FileTransfer, or Core FTP Lite, or some thing alike, etc. (2) the вЂњFTP Chroot to homeвЂќ wonвЂ™t work for SFTP. With SFTP client program, user will login to his/her default home folder, but he/she can crawl out of the home directory to whatever folders that he/she has access rights for.