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Enabling resume for VSFTPD

Posted on 2011-09-04
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Hi all,

Does anyone know how to enable file download/upload resume on a VSFTPD based server (running on CentOS 5.0 and vsftpd-2.0.5-10.el5).

Much appreciated!

Gil
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In vsftpd.conf file, make sure APPE in cmds_allowed=
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cmds_allowed=ABOR,APPE,CWD,DELE......
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Besides, most important is your ftp client software need to support resume also (like smartftp...)
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FTP resume requires both server side and client side support. VSFTPD server by default supports resume.
So you need to make sure the client side ftp software support resume,too.
check this thread
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/File_Servers/FTP/Q_23780677.html
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Thank you both guys, it is working now as expected.

Cheers!

Gil
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