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I have some questions related to Solaris FTP, hope someone can help! Thanks!

1. How to ensure FTP is not in use?
2. How can I know whether TCP Wrapper is installed? And where are its configuration files are located?
3. How to check whether the FTP logging is enabled?
4. How to ensure Anonymous FTP is enabled if yes, where is the configuration files?
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What version of Solaris.

If its Solaris 9 or earlier.  Look at /etc/inetd.conf.

Find the line with ftp and see if its commented out or not (preceded with at "#").  To find out if its using tcp wrappers, run the binary with -v option to see if it has wrapper options and what version it is.

For Solaris 10, run

svcs ftp

to see if its enabled or disabled.

run

inetadm -l ftp

to get the parameters and look for tcp_wrappers=TRUE or FALSE
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