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[DeleGate-En] Re: DeleGate as FTP Authentication Proxy
11 Sep 2008 13:55:37 GMT "Gusti Benawi" <>


I am trying to use TLS connection with the client and TCP with the server in connection with AUTHORIZER.

Using following configuration:

delegated -v  -P2121 SERVER=ftp AUTHORIZER=serverhost  MOUNT="/* ftp://server:port/*" MYAUTH="%U:%P" STLS="fcl,sslway -cert /pat/to/cert.pem"

will only work for FTPS (implicit) but not for FTPES (explicit). 
Somehow delegate can not handle the AUTH TLS or AUTH SSL command when AUTHORIZE is activated.

client:	AUTH TLS

response:	530 [Proxy] Login required.

client:	AUTH SSL

response:	530 [Proxy] Login required.

Is FTPES feature in combination with AUTHORIZE not implemented? 

Best regards,

G. Benawi

>> I just found out that sending %U:%P to MYAUTH will do the job

>>  delegated -v -P2121 SERVER=ftp AUTHORIZER=-pam  MOUNT="/* ftp://server:port/*" MYAUTH="%U:%P"

>> Best regards,

>> G. Benawi

> Hello,
> when using DeleGate as an FTP-Reverse Proxy, ist it possible to tell DeleGate to do the authentication 
> with the client before connecting to the FTP server in the local network? 

> delegated -v -P2121 SERVER=ftp AUTHORIZER=-pam  MOUNT="/* ftp://user:pass@server:port/*"

> will authenticate the client but login to the FTP server with preset username and password. I would like 
> to know if there is a way to provide DeleGate logins to the FTP server using the pam information or 
> from -list, which the client entered, 

> Using preset username and password to login to the FTP server is maybe not that bad at all, as long as 
> the FTP server can allocate who the client is and then chrooting the correct directory.

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