Use the FTP Request Filtering feature page to define the request filtering settings for your FTP site. FTP request filtering is a security feature that allows Internet service providers (ISPs) and Application service providers to restrict protocol and content behavior. For example, using the File Name Extensions tab you can specify a list of file name extensions that are allowed or denied.
UI Element List
The following tables describe the UI elements that are available on the feature page and in the Actions pane.
Feature Page Elements
File Name Extensions
Specifies a list of file name extensions for which the FTP service will allow or deny access.
Specifies a list of hidden segments for which the FTP service will deny access and will not display in directory listings.
Denied URL Sequences
Specifies a list of URL sequences for which the FTP service will deny access.
Specifies a list of FTP commands for which the FTP service will allow or deny access.
Actions Pane Elements
Edit Feature Settings
Opens the Edit FTP Request Filtering Settings dialog box for you to configure general properties and FTP request limits.
Allow File Name Extension
Opens the Allow File Name Extension dialog box for you to add a file name extension to the list of allowed file name extensions.
Deny File Name Extension
Opens the Deny File Name Extension dialog box for you to add a file name extension to the list of denied file name extensions.
Add Hidden Segment
Opens the Add Hidden Segment dialog box for you to add a hidden segment to the list of hidden segments.
Add URL Sequence
Opens the Add Deny URL Sequence dialog box for you to add a URL sequence to the list of denied URL sequences.
Opens the Allow Command dialog box for you to add an FTP command to the list of allowed FTP commands.
Opens the Deny Command dialog box for you to add an FTP command to the list of denied FTP commands.
Removes a file name extension, hidden segment, URL sequence, or command from the list.