RE: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ? - VMS

This is a discussion on RE: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ? - VMS ; http://www.process.com/tcpip/tcpware57docs/manage.pdf page 12-3, also see page 12-21. Yes, you would have to restart FTP for this to take effect. -----Original Message----- From: Peter 'EPLAN' LANGSTOeGER [mailto eter@langstoeger.at] Sent: Monday, February 05, 2007 3:39 PM To: info-tcpware@process.com Subject: Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] ...

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  1. RE: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ?

    http://www.process.com/tcpip/tcpware57docs/manage.pdf
    page 12-3, also see page 12-21.
    Yes, you would have to restart FTP for this to take effect.

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Peter 'EPLAN' LANGSTOeGER [mailtoeter@langstoeger.at]
    Sent: Monday, February 05, 2007 3:39 PM
    To: info-tcpware@process.com
    Subject: Re: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ?


    In article , "Richard Whalen" writes:
    >You could put the following in TCPWARE:FTP.CONF:
    >
    >MAX_SERVERS 1


    This doesn't seem to have any effect. Where is this documented?
    Do I need to restart TCPware (or FTP) for this?
    I see no mention of "FTP.CONF" in TCPWARE:FTP_SERVER.EXE either...

    >This will limit the total number of servers to 1, no matter who they are.
    >This may be what you really want.


    Not really. But good enough (if it works). Thanks

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    Peter "EPLAN" LANGSTOEGER
    Network and OpenVMS system specialist
    E-mail peter@langstoeger.at
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  2. RE: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ?

    In article <3EF96AF20489A34296050FBD5C36ECB98067F0@beacon.PSC. process.com>, Richard Whalen writes:
    >http://www.process.com/tcpip/tcpware57docs/manage.pdf
    >page 12-3, also see page 12-21.


    Ok. I see what you mean. Thanks for the fast response.

    >Yes, you would have to restart FTP for this to take effect.


    Not even a reboot (for other reasons ;-) did help so far.
    Neither the TCPWARE_FTP_MAX_SERVERS logical nor the FTP.CONF MAX_SERVERS
    override limits the FTP (anon and non-anon) sessions here. Strange...

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    Peter "EPLAN" LANGSTOEGER
    Network and OpenVMS system specialist
    E-mail peter@langstoeger.at
    A-1030 VIENNA AUSTRIA I'm not a pessimist, I'm a realist

  3. RE: [TCPware V5.7-2] (Anon) FTP session limit ?

    In article <45c83bcd$1@news.langstoeger.at>, peter@langstoeger.at (Peter 'EPLAN' LANGSTOeGER) writes:
    >In article <3EF96AF20489A34296050FBD5C36ECB98067F0@beacon.PSC. process.com>, Richard Whalen writes:
    >>http://www.process.com/tcpip/tcpware57docs/manage.pdf
    >>page 12-3, also see page 12-21.

    >
    >Ok. I see what you mean. Thanks for the fast response.
    >
    >>Yes, you would have to restart FTP for this to take effect.

    >
    >Not even a reboot (for other reasons ;-) did help so far.


    It did change something, but I haven't noticed it then...

    >Neither the TCPWARE_FTP_MAX_SERVERS logical nor the FTP.CONF MAX_SERVERS
    >override limits the FTP (anon and non-anon) sessions here. Strange...


    Now I have more information.

    I can login into ANONYMOUS more than once (which is not what I wanted)
    namely twice (WTF?) but I can't login a third time (new session is
    freezed until _both_ current sessions are logged out again). Strange...

    So, I end my tests here and stick with a SINGLE_LOGIN.COM as the /LGI=
    for the ANONYMOUS account.

    Thanks for responding (and please, PSC, enlighten us some times ;-)

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    Peter "EPLAN" LANGSTOEGER
    Network and OpenVMS system specialist
    E-mail peter@langstoeger.at
    A-1030 VIENNA AUSTRIA I'm not a pessimist, I'm a realist

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