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Old 04-04-2007, 05:58 AM   #1
rptan2000
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linux dialup ftp server?


Hello! I wonder if you guys can help a newbie here...

I have installed CentOS 4.4 on a box at the office and got ProFTPd working thanks mainly to guides on the internet. It is working fine and I can already access it remotely via the internet.

however, is it possible to access it also remotely, via dial-up only? something like a RAS? we have a computer in the warehouse that has a modem but no internet access. What I'd like to do is a nightly data dump into the ftp server... is this possible, and what software and configurations do i need?

Thanks,
Ryan
 
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