ISPConfig3 - SFTP
I run ISPC3 on Debian Lenny server. Is there an easy way to get SFTP working on such configuration without using patched ssh server?
I would like to use secure FTP connection for existing FTP users.
I forgot about "shell user functionality" in ISPC3, which would probably do the job...
Is there a way to enable sftp without creating a shell-user with jailkit? All this creates mess in the folders. I don't need this bunch of extra folders for shell-user, just secure ftp connection.
By the way, tabs on the shell-user form somehow doesn't work - going to Options tab, and then going back and saving a record result by saving empty values, and user name is being changed with prefix "default", not client name...
As you are mentioning ssh, sftp and ftp ind the same context, you need to clarify what you want.
You have either sftp which is a subsystem of sshd like scp as well and such it is "ssh" based.
ftps instead is secure ftp, e.g. ftp with ssl/tls.
see e.g. http://blogs.msdn.com/technical_outb...-and-sftp.aspx for the differences
For configuring pureftp with TLS see: http://www.pureftpd.org/project/pure-ftpd/doc -> TLS encryption
Thank you Ben,
I just wanted to enable a secure FTP connection, no matter which method would be used...
So it seems that setting up pureftpd with TLS is quite simple.
If anyone interested:
First I created a self-signed certificate in /etc/ssl/private
then created a config file in /etc/pure-ftpd/conf/
named "TLS" with a value: 1, to enable tls at the boot.
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