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<p><b>Max Idle Time:</b><br>
The maximum time (timeout) a remote client
may wait between FTP commands.
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<p><b>Max Clients for One IP:</b><br>
The maximum number of clients allowed to connect
from the same source internet address.
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<p><b>Max Clients:</b><br>
The maximum number of clients allowed to connect.
Any additional clients trying to connect will get an error message.
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<p><b>Local Max Rate:</b><br>
The maximum data transfer rate permitted for local authenticated users.
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<p><b>Anonymous Max Rate:</b><br>
The maximum data transfer rate permitted for anonymous clients.</p>
<p><b>Enable/Disable Anonymous and Local Users</b><br>
<b>Anonymous Only</b>: If enabled, only anonymous logins are permitted.
<b>Authenticated Users Only</b>: If enabled, only authenticated users are permitted.
<b>Both</b> If enabled, authenticated users and anonymous users are permitted.
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<p><b>Enable Upload</b><br>
If enabled, FTP users can upload. To allow anonymous users
to upload, enable <b>Anonymous Can Upload</b>.
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<p><b>Anonymous Can Upload</b><br>
If enabled anonymous users will be permitted to upload.
<i>vsftpd only: </i>If you want to allow anonymous users to upload, you
need an existing directory with write permission in the home directory after login.
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<p><b>Anonymous Can Create Dirs</b><br>
If enabled, anonymous users can create directories.
<i>vsftpd only:</i> If you want to allow anonymous users to create directories,
you need an existing directory with write permission in the home directory after login.</p>
<p><b>Enable Passive Mode</b><br>
If enabled, the FTP server will allow passive mode for connections.
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<p><b>Min Port for Passive Mode</b><br>
Minimum value for a port range for passive connection replies.
This is used for protection by means of a firewall.
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<p><b>Max Port for Pas. Mode</b><br>
Maximum value for a port range for passive connection replies.
This is used for protection by means of a firewall.
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<p><b>Enable SSL</b><br>
If enabled, SSL connections are allowed.
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<p><b>Enable TLS</b><br>
If enabled, TLS connections are allowed.
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<p><b>Disable Downloading Unvalidated Data</b><br>
Disallow downloading of files that were uploaded
but not validated by a local admin.
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<p><b>Security Settings</b><br>
<i>Disable SSL/TLS</i> Disable SSL/TLS encryption layer.
<i>Accept SSL and TLS</i> Accept both, traditional and encrypted sessions.
<i>Refuse Connections Without SSL/TLS</i> Refuse connections that do not use SSL/TLS security mechanisms, including anonymous sessions.
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If you want anonymous users to be able to upload,
you need to create a directory with write access.

Upload (allow writing)?
To allow anonymous users to upload, you need a directory with write access.

If you want to allow anonymous users to create directories,
you have to create a directory with write access.