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Thema: Anmeldetext!

  1. #1
    K_U_L

    Verärgert Anmeldetext!

    Trotz einstellungen nach handbuch (Online)
    kommt der Anmeldetxt bei den USERN nicht !!!

    Taucht aber im Log auf dem Server auf >>??hääää

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  3. #2
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    AW: Anmeldetext!

    Ist doch kein Grund, gleich so böse zu gucken
    Loggen sich die User per Browser ein? Der zeigt den Begrüßungstext nämlich nicht an.

  4. #3
    K_U_L

    Frage Anmeldetext!

    Ich habs mir fast gedacht!

    Gibt es keine Möglichkeit den Standart MS Rechner mit einer Meldung zu empfangen???

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen!!!

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    AW: Anmeldetext!

    Hm, ich weiss leider keine

  6. #5
    dallas

    Re: Anmeldetext!

    Original geschrieben von K_U_L
    Ich habs mir fast gedacht!

    Gibt es keine Möglichkeit den Standart MS Rechner mit einer Meldung zu empfangen???

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen!!!


    ...egal mit welches FTP Client, auch mit Browser muss diese Begrüssungstest kommen wenn du in deinen FTP Server unter "Messages Files" => Show Login Message eine "willkommen.txt" einbindest.
    Dass muss aber in "root" sein.

    Die Formel sind hier:

    ===================================

    Message Files

    There are 3 types of message files:

    Login message file: sent by the event manager after the welcome message

    ChangeDir message file: sent each time a user changes his current directory

    Links File: processed while sending directory list

    Note: the ChangeDir file can also be a file without a specific path, in that case the server will check any directory for this file and process it in case it exists. Using this method you can add specific files with different messages to every directory.
    Alternatively you could place a message file (maybe called 'chgdir_msg.txt') e.g. in your upload directory exclusively so people would only see a message when they would enter it to upload files. In any case you should set this file's attribute to 'hidden' and also check 'Hide files/dirs with 'hidden' attribute set' under 'Setup User/Group accounts | Miscellaneous'.
    The first two message files support many tags:


    %MAXUSERS = the maximum number of users which can be connected to the server at the same time
    %LOCALIP = the IP address of the server
    %UIP, %CLIENTIP = the IP address of the client
    %CLIENTIP_000 = returns formated ip like 192.168.000.010 (for use with filename and sorting).

    %UHOSTNAME = the hostname of the client
    %UNAME = the user's account name
    %USPEEDLIMIT = the maximum speed the user will be able to send/receive at
    %CNOW = the number of users currently connected
    %CALL = the total number of user connections to the server since startup
    %C24H = the number of connections during the last 24h
    %UTIMEOUT = current user TimeOut

    %URATIOCREDIT = current user ratio credit (if ratio is enabled)
    (%URATIOCREDITxx with xx=KB, MB,GB)

    %UQUOTACURRENTxx (with xx=KB, MB, GB) = current quota
    %UQUOTAMAXxx (with xx=KB, MB, GB) = max quota

    %UHOME = current user home dir (if showrelativepath is disabled)
    %UCURRENTDIR = current user dir
    %URATIO = current upload/download ratio
    %URATIOUP = current upload ratio
    %URATIODOWN = current download ratio

    %WELCOMEIP = create a file named "welcome_<ip>.txt" (welcome_192.168.0.128.txt) and server will send it as welcome message for ip (to be used with virtual server).

    %SERVERSECS = \
    %SERVERMINS = time the server is online
    %SERVERHOURS = /
    %SERVERDAYS =/

    %SERVERTIMEUP = server uptime since online
    %SERVERTOTUPTIME = server total uptime since installation

    %TOPDAY, %TOPWEEK, %TOPMONTH, %TOPALL = merge .top file in the message

    -= All Session =-

    (xx = KB,MB,GB)

    %SERVERxxUP = uploaded to the server (all sessions)
    %SERVERxxDOWN = downloaded from the server (all sessions)
    %SERVERxxALL = transferred to the server = %SERVERxxUP + %SERVERxxDOWN

    -= Server Session =-

    %SESSIONxxUP = KB uploaded to the server by clients
    %SESSIONxxDOWN = KB downloaded from the server by clients
    %SESSIONxxALL = KB transferred to the server = %SESSIONKBUP + %SESSIONKBDOWN

    %SESSIONxxTOTAL = KB transferred by the server including uploads, downloads,
    directory listings, answers to commands ...

    %SESSIONFILESUP = number of files uploaded to the server
    %SESSIONFILESDOWN = number of files downloaded from the server
    %SESSIONFILESALL = %SESSIONFILESUP + %SESSIONFILESDOWN

    %SESSIONAVG = average bytes transferred by the server

    -= Time/Date =-

    %TIME_EX = reports formated time as "hhmmss"

    %TIME, %SERVERTIME = server's machine time

    %DATE_EX_DMY, _YMD, _MDY = returns formatted date : 2000-11-30 for example (D=day, M=month, Y=year)

    %SERVERDATE = server's machine date
    %SERVERLOCALHOST = server's local hostname
    %SERVERVERSION = server version

    %DISK = if 'Show Relative Paths' is not enabled return disk drive
    %DFREE, %DFREEKB, %DFREEMB, %DFREEGB = free space in current directory (byte, Kbyte, Mbyte, Gbyte)

    %DFREEx (x=drive letter) = report free drive space on x (also avail. : %DFREExKB, %DFREExMB, %DFREExGB).

    -= user =-

    %FUP = number of files uploaded by current user (current session)
    %FDOWN = number of files downloaded by current user (current session)
    %FTOT = %FUP + %FDOWN (current session)

    %BUP, %KBUP, %MBUP, %GBUP = number of bytes uploaded by current user (current session)
    %BDOWN, %KBDOWN, %MBDOWN, %GBDOWN = number of bytes downloaded by current user (current session)
    %BTOT = %BUP + %BDOWN (current session)
    (%KBTOT, %MBTOT, %GBTOT)

    %BDOWNALL, %KBDOWNALL, %MBDOWNALL, %GBDOWNALL = downloaded by current user (all session)
    %BUPALL, %KBUPALL, %MBUPALL, %GBUPALL = uploaded by current user (all session)

    %TMIN = minutes since current user is connected
    %TSEC = seconds since current user is connected (not equal to %TMIN * 60)

    -= Server =-

    %SITEWHO = who's online.

    %PCPROC = type and number of server ürocessor (Intel, AMD, Cyrix ... K6, Pentium II, ...)
    %PCRAM = amount of physical memory

    %OSVER = Windows version (95, 98, NT, Service Pack if available ...)

    %S_IP = server IP separated by commas


    A typical login file could be:
    ==========================================
    Hello, user from %UIP !
    You are user #%CNOW of %MAXUSERS maximum users
    It is %SERVERTIME, we are the %SERVERDATE.
    ==========================================
    You are connected to %SERVERVERSION, this server has %PCPROC and %PCRAM KB of Ram.
    This server has already served %SESSIONKBUP KB to client and received %SESSIONKBDOWN KB
    at an average rate of %SESSIONAVG KB/s.
    You will be disconnected after %UTIMEOUT s of inactivity.

    Have a nice day on our server!

    That's all for those files.


    =============================


    meine sieht z.B so aus:

    ==========================================
    Hello, user %UNAME from %UIP !
    Your Credit Of Our FTP Server is: %BDOWNALL, %KBDOWNALL, %MBDOWNALL, %GBDOWNALL (all session)

    You are user #%CNOW of %MAXUSERS maximum users
    It is %SERVERTIME, we are the %SERVERDATE.
    ==========================================
    Our Server Data
    ==========================================

    You are connected to %SERVERVERSION.

    This has 2x Pentium III 933MHz Procesor
    This Server has %PCRAM Kb of Ram.
    This Server Running %OSVER Advanced Server
    This Server Connection: EURO ISDN 64 Kbit

    This server has already served %SESSIONKBUP Kb to client and received %SESSIONKBDOWN Kb
    at an average rate of %SESSIONAVG Kb/s.
    You will be disconnected after %UTIMEOUT s of inactivity.

    Have a nice day on our server!



    Gruß,
    Dallas

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