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Old 06-20-2002
setting session time

Please lemme know how & where to set the session time for ftp connection in Wu-ftp .

# 2  
Old 06-21-2002
Check the man page for ftpaccess

limit-time {*|anonymous|guest} <minutes>
Limit the total time a session can take. By default, there is no limit. Real users are never limited.

# 3  
Old 06-21-2002
This must depend on the version of wu-ftpd that are you using. Our man page says that -t <timeout> sets the default timeout and -T <timeout> set the max timeout. But we are using an older version. And btw, our ftpaccess file does not have a limit-time.
# 4  
Old 06-21-2002
Sorry, I almost always go to the source - WU-FTPD has the latest version documented on their web page.

Also, you might want to look at the Security problems with anything older than the latest version (version 2.6.2).
# 5  
Old 06-21-2002
The man page on their site still documents the -t and -T options. I'm not sure if they still work or not...
# 6  
Old 06-25-2002
Thanks everyone for the response. It's solved now.

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