How to Install and Configure vsftpd on centos7

Step 1: Install vsftpd
install vsftpd and any required packages:
yum -y install vsftpd
Step 2: Configure vsftpd
Let’s edit the configuration file for vsftpd:
vim /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf
Disallow anonymous, unidentified users to access files via FTP; change the anonymous_enable setting to NO:
Allow local uses to login by changing the local_enable setting to YES:
If you want local user to be able to write to a directory, then change the write_enable setting to YES:
Local users will be ‘chroot jailed’ and they will be denied access to any other part of the server; change the chroot_local_user setting to YES:
Exit and save the file with the command :wq .
Restart the vsftpd service:
systemctl restart vsftpd
Then set the vsftpd service to start at boot:
systemctl enable vsftpd
Step 3: Allow vsftpd Through the Firewall
Allow the default FTP port, port 21, through firewalld:
firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=21/tcp
And reload the firewall:
firewall-cmd --reload