Date: March 29, 2003
You can make a "ftp-only" account by creating a user id with the "login" and "rlogin" flags set to false:
mkuser login=false rlogin=false ftpuser
This allows the user to ftp files to the system, but restricts their ability to log on. This is useful in situations where you want to:
As an alternative, you can use "anonymous" ftp if you
do not need to password protection. An "anonymous"
id allows anyone to access files in a public directory.
To create an anonymous ftp account, you can use the
AIX "/usr/samples/tcpip/anon.ftp" script.