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[DeleGate-En] Re: FTP Delegate
10 Nov 2009 13:57:51 GMT feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)
The DeleGate Project


Hi,

In message <_A4628@delegate-en.ML_> on 11/10/09(18:57:16)
you frederic montiton <pbijabdyi-yavwm6z5fvxr.ml@ml.delegate.org> wrote:
 |Your interpretation  a@b@c@d -> user "a" at host "b" via host "c" via host "d"
 |is not exactly what I try to do,

Of course.  I said that the x@y@z can be interpreted in multiple ways.

 |in my case you start your session by open a
 |session on 1st DeleGate server : ftp DeleGateproxyftp_ip_address 
 |
 |following by username : a@b@c@d meaning 
 |
 |a@b@c@d -> user "a" at DeleGateproxyftp, user "b" at host "c" via host "d"
 |
 |and you have to enter password value as : a_pass@b_pass
 |
 |Does other options as "strip" existing in the AUTHORIZER (not listed under manual page) ?

Of course.  It is realized with the tentative patch (of my one hour work)
that is included in my previous message.

 |May be rewriting operation let's me able to and pass to upstream "d" FTP DeleGate Server strings :  username b@c and password b_pass

I did it in the patch.
  Client -> DeleGate@d:   USER a@b@c + PASS p@q (auth. for USER a + PASS p)
  DeleGate@d -> Server@c: USER b + PASS q


 |> *** dist/src/delegate9.9.6-pre1/src/access.c	Sat Sep  5 20:41:01 2009
...
 |> *** dist/src/delegate9.9.6-pre1/src/ftp.c	Thu Sep 10 05:25:23 2009
.

Cheers,
Yutaka
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