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Old 22nd June 2008
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Originally Posted by ai-danno View Post
I would use the built-in FTP server (comes with OpenBSD generic installation) on your file server, and open port 23 on your firewalls.

Assigning specific user access will help to secure that, and that can be easily linked to your current system users with fun stuff like RADIUS.

BTW, OpenSSH isn't installed on your OpenBSD fileserver? Really?
I meant it is not started or if you like disabled since the default installation will start it. Common, I am not that dumb

Can't you do the same thing by opening port 22 (or even better some non-sense like 25608 which will map into 22) and then actually use built in OpenSSH server built in on LAN file server? I like the idea of RADIUS though very much.

Thanks for the answer.

Last edited by Oko; 22nd June 2008 at 07:38 PM.
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