limit anon 50 Wk0800-1800 /etc/ftpd/ftpmsg.deny limit anon 100 Any /etc/ftpd/ftpmsg.deny limit guest 100 Any /etc/ftpd/ftpmsg.deny
The first line of the preceding example shows a limit of 50 simultaneous logins that are allowed to users of class anon during weekly work hours. The second line limits anon users to 100 simultaneous logins outside of working hours. The last line shows a limit of 100 guest logins that are allowed at any time. For information on how to specify day and time parameters, see ftpaccess(4).
The example further indicates that the content of the file /etc/ftpd/ftpmsg.deny is returned when a specified login limit is reached, assuming ftpmsg.deny exists. For information on using the /usr/sbin/ftpcount command to view the number and login limit for each class of user who is logged in at a particular time, see ftpcount(1).
Users are allowed login to the FTP server unless a specified limit is reached. Anonymous users are logged in as the user ftp. Real users are logged in as themselves, and guests are logged in as real users with a chroot environment to limit access privileges.
For information on using the /usr/sbin/ftpwho command to check the identities of the users logged into the FTP server, see ftpwho(1).