Chapter 3 - The Operations Maintenance Display

The Operations Maintenance Display allows you to allow and/or restrict FTP operations for a specific user.

   3/22/06                     FTP Tools (FTPTOOL)                     TS400    
14:51:48 Operation Maintenance BVSTONE

User ID . . . BVSTONE IP Address . . .

Type options, press Enter.
1=Add 3=Copy 4=Delete 9=Work with Paths 10=Work with Commands

Opt User ID Oper A Restricted Path
BVSTONE
BVSTONE MKDIR Y
BVSTONE RMDIR R /HOME/BVSTONE
BVSTONE CD Y
BVSTONE DIR Y
BVSTONE DELETE Y
BVSTONE GET Y
BVSTONE PUT Y
BVSTONE RENAME Y
BVSTONE CMD Y


Bottom
F3=Exit F5=Refresh

The values listed in the Operations Maintenance Display are described as follows:

  • User ID - The user ID that you are currently working with.
  • Oper - The FTP operation that is allow or restricted.
  • A - A flag defining if the operation is Allowed (Y), Not Allowed (N), or Restricted (R).
  • Restricted Path - If the operation is Restricted, a short view of the path(s) that the operation is restricted to for this user.

The valid options are as follows:

  • 1=Add - To add a new operation, enter a 1 on the top blank line, fill in the rest of the information and press enter.
  • 3=Copy - Use this option to set up a new operation and copy information from an existing operation.
  • 4=Delete - Select this option to remove an operation restriction for the user
  • 9=Work with Paths - Select this option to work with paths for a restricted operation
  • 10=Work with Commands - Select this option to work with commands that are triggered when a specific FTP operation is used..
Comments