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Old 23rd June 2009
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Hey all,

I'd like to set up a new firewall for our company and now it's up to configuring ftp.

I have not gotten quite through all this hazzle about it. The docs basically say, I need to enable ftp-proxies to enable ftping.

Well, frankly, my users and customers are not really firm with computers, so I need to make everything possible, including Windows Explorer and command prompt to use with our ftp-server as well as from the inside to remote servers.

Is there an easy doc on how to enable both of them?

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http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?q...roxy&sektion=8
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Old 24th June 2009
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Yes, I know how to use the man command

But I need two instances of the ftp-proxy and would hence like to know, if there is a quite easy way to combine inside and outside stuff.
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