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From wr...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r601575 - /httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2007 23:34:34 GMT
Author: wrowe
Date: Wed Dec  5 15:34:34 2007
New Revision: 601575

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=601575&view=rev
Log:
Regenerated


Modified:
    httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en

Modified: httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en?rev=601575&r1=601574&r2=601575&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en (original)
+++ httpd/mod_ftp/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_ftp.html.en Wed Dec  5 15:34:34 2007
@@ -425,15 +425,21 @@
       <p>This directive sets per server options.</p>
       <p>Current options:</p>
       <dl>
-	<dt><code>RequireSSL</code></dt>
-	<dd><p>This option requires the client to issue an
-	    <code>AUTH</code> command to switch to SSL before sending any
-	    password information.  This is much like implicit SSL in that
-	    it forces the client to use SSL to send password information.
-	    The difference is that using the <code>RequireSSL</code>
-	    option will allow a client to connect without SSL, but then
-	    issue the <code>AUTH</code> SSL command before sending the
-	    username and password.</p>
+	<dt><code>AllowProxyPASV</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option permits connection to the server's data
+            channel when it originates from an IP address other than
+            the control channel client's IP.  It affects both the
+            <code>PASV</code> and <code>EPSV</code> data connections.`
+	    As proxy FTP is rarely used and considered potentially
+            insecure, this directive should be used with caution.</p>
+	</dd>
+	<dt><code>AllowProxyPORT</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option permits the server to create a data channel
+            connection to an IP address other than the control channel
+            client's IP.  It affects both the <code>PORT</code> and
+            <code>EPRT</code> data connections.  As proxy FTP is rarely
+            used and considered potentially insecure, this directive
+            should be used with caution.</p>
 	</dd>
 	<dt><code>CheckMaxClients</code></dt>
 	<dd><p>This option denies login to a client when the server is
@@ -456,11 +462,27 @@
 	      <code>nobody</code>.</p>
 	  </div>
 	</dd>
-	<dt><code>RemoveUserGroup</code></dt>
-	<dd><p>This option causes the
-	    server to print the UID and GID rather than the user name
-	    and group name for directory listings. It has no effect on
-	    Windows systems.</p>
+	<dt><code>LISTisNLST</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option causes the server to display identical output
+	  when it receives either a <code>LIST</code> request or an
+	  <code>NLST</code> request. Unlike
+	  <code class="directive">NLSTisLIST</code>, the output is a list of
+	  files without details.  If the -l option is passed to
+	  <code>LIST</code> requests, details will be provided,
+	  whether this option is set or not.</p>
+	</dd>
+	<dt><code>NLSTisLIST</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option causes the server
+	    to display identical output when it receives either a
+	    <code>LIST</code> request or an <code>NLST</code> request.
+	    Like <code class="directive">NLSTShowDirs</code>, this option is
+	    used for FTP clients that send different requests for
+	    <code>ls</code> or <code>dir</code> commands.</p>
+	  <div class="note">
+	    <p>Setting this option will cause commands that request
+	    multiple files to fail and should be used with
+	    caution.</p>
+	  </div>
 	</dd>
 	<dt><code>NLSTShowDirs</code></dt>
 	<dd><p>This option causes the server
@@ -476,27 +498,21 @@
 	      caution.</p>
 	  </div>
 	</dd>
-	<dt><code>NLSTisLIST</code></dt>
-	<dd><p>This option causes the server
-	    to display identical output when it receives either a
-	    <code>LIST</code> request or an <code>NLST</code> request.
-	    Like <code class="directive">NLSTShowDirs</code>, this option is
-	    used for FTP clients that send different requests for
-	    <code>ls</code> or <code>dir</code> commands.</p>
-	  <div class="note">
-	    <p>Setting this option will cause commands that request
-	    multiple files to fail and should be used with
-	    caution.</p>
-	  </div>
+	<dt><code>RemoveUserGroup</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option causes the
+	    server to print the UID and GID rather than the user name
+	    and group name for directory listings. It has no effect on
+	    Windows systems.</p>
 	</dd>
-	<dt><code>LISTisNLST</code></dt>
-	<dd><p>This option causes the server to display identical output
-	  when it receives either a <code>LIST</code> request or an
-	  <code>NLST</code> request. Unlike
-	  <code class="directive">NLSTisLIST</code>, the output is a list of
-	  files without details.  If the -l option is passed to
-	  <code>LIST</code> requests, details will be provided,
-	  whether this option is set or not.</p>
+	<dt><code>RequireSSL</code></dt>
+	<dd><p>This option requires the client to issue an
+	    <code>AUTH</code> command to switch to SSL before sending any
+	    password information.  This is much like implicit SSL in that
+	    it forces the client to use SSL to send password information.
+	    The difference is that using the <code>RequireSSL</code>
+	    option will allow a client to connect without SSL, but then
+	    issue the <code>AUTH</code> SSL command before sending the
+	    username and password.</p>
 	</dd>
 	<dt><code>ShowUnAuthorizedFiles</code></dt>
 	<dd><p>This option causes



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