How to host FTP-accessed data in ONTAP

I’m an official ONTAP chef!

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That’s right; I created an ONTAP recipe, which shows you how to use NetApp ONTAP storage systems to host data for FTP shares.

You can find it here:

https://community.netapp.com/t5/Data-ONTAP-Discussions/ONTAP-Recipes-Work-around-the-lack-of-FTP-support-in-ONTAP-with-CIFS-SMB-or-NFS/m-p/132757

Keep in mind that native FTP support is not in ONTAP, so for the foreseeable future, use FTP VMs and CIFS/NFS shares. You can also use a similar approach to hosting HTTP data.

If you absolutely need native FTP/HTTP services in ONTAP, 7-Mode will be the way to go.

If you have any questions about the recipe, leave a comment here or on the recipe.

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