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THANKS guys!
I have read it somewhere, but thought it was an attribute of an older
version of proftpd, not the ftp protocol itself.

So what setup would you recommend for multiple domains on one machine?
Having usernames in the format user@domain all stored in the same file,
probably?

Cheers,
Martin

On 9/19/07, Patrick Muldoon wrote:
>
> On Sep 19, 2007, at 9:27 AM, Martin Latal wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > does anyone have any experience with VirtualHost sections in
> > proftpd.conf being ignored?
> >
> > I have a virtual host host.domain.com and a set of virtual users in
> > that section (AuthUserFile, AuthGroupFile).
> > I am pretty sure that the user/group files are correct, because if
> > I move them into the default server section, I can login with the
> > users in them. On the other hand, if I try to ftp to the virtual
> > host, I fail to get in (the log says something like "user does not
> > exist").
> >
> > It looks like the virtualHost section is ignored, even if the
> > hostname is exactly the one that I use to log in!
> >
> > Thanks for any help, I have been fighting it the last 5 nights
> >
> > Martin
> >
> > P.S. I am sure the DNS for the given VirtualHost points to the
> > correct machine IP - just in case somebody asks

>
> unless virtual host has a different IP than other ftp instances, it
> will not work, Virtual Host in FTP not the same as HTTP (ie there is
> not host header).
>
> -Patrick
>
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THANKS guys!
I have read it somewhere, but thought it was an attribute of an older version of proftpd, not the ftp protocol itself.

So what setup would you recommend for multiple domains on one machine? Having usernames in the format
user@domain all stored in the same file, probably?

Cheers,
Martin

On 9/19/07, Patrick Muldoon <doon@inoc.net
> wrote:
On Sep 19, 2007, at 9:27 AM, Martin Latal wrote:

> Hi,
>

> does anyone have any experience with VirtualHost sections in
> proftpd.conf being ignored?
>
> I have a virtual host host.domain.com and a set of virtual users in

> that section (AuthUserFile, AuthGroupFile).
> I am pretty sure that the user/group files are correct, because if
> I move them into the default server section, I can login with the
> users in them. On the other hand, if I try to ftp to the virtual

> host, I fail to get in (the log says something like "user does not
> exist").
>
> It looks like the virtualHost section is ignored, even if the
> hostname is exactly the one that I use to log in!

>
> Thanks for any help, I have been fighting it the last 5 nights
>
> Martin
>
> P.S. I am sure the DNS for the given VirtualHost points to the
> correct machine IP - just in case somebody asks


unless virtual host has a different IP than other ftp instances, it
will not work,  Virtual Host in FTP not the same as HTTP (ie there is
not host header).

-Patrick

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Network/Software Engineer

INOC (http://www.inoc.net)
PGPKEY (http://www.inoc.net/~doon)
Key ID: 0x370D752C

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