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If you do not already have an FTP account on your server, use your cPanel or website administration tool to set one up — it will have all the information needed. If in doubt, ask your host for directions or help regarding an FTP account for your use to access your webspace.
Before connecting the FTP server, you should register it in the Site Manager. Once you register it, you just one click to connect the same server. To register the FTP server, follow below steps:
In the Toolbar of FileZilla main window, Select the down arrow of most left icon “Open the Site Manager”, and select your FTP server from drop down list. Or, start Site Manager from File > Site Manager, select your FTP server and click ‘Connect’.
If all is well, then in the top window of FileZilla, you will have seen a series of messages, and in the large window, you will see a listing of the files will appear.
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Today, OpenSSH is a default software package found on Unix-like operating systems such as Mac OS X and Linux. Thus, programs or subsystems that are based on the SSH protocol will work “out-of-the-box” without having to go through the additional steps of either purchasing or creating the requisite SSL certificate needed for certain modes of secure data transmissions via TLS/SSL.
If you had a problem, then it is time to go troubleshooting! Look at the top area of FileZilla main window and check the messages.
- If there was no attempt to connect, then the ftp address is wrong. All it needs is one character to be incorrect and it will fail. Click the red X, break the connection and click the Site Manager to check what you entered.
- If it says that the user does not exist or Incorrect Login and so on, check the Site Manager setting and ensure that it reflects what your FTP account and password details provided by your host says, or use the webserver administration interface provided to you by your host to re-check the existence of the FTP account. Check your password carefully. It is case sensitive(capitals and small letters). You may want to ask your web host for some assistance, too.
- If it says Could not retrieve directory listing you may need to change the Transfer Setting. From Site Manager, select your FTP Server and click Transfer Settings’ tab. Select Passive from Transfer mode and click OK.
FileZilla is a free, open source, cross-platform FTP software that is offered both as a client and a server. It offers support for FTP, FTPS (it’s the FTP over SSL/TLS) and SFTP (SSH file transfer protocol). Thanks to the intensive development, amount of features, excellent/complete documentation and intuitive GUI (graphical user interface), this program has grown as one of the most popular, free FTP clients. It is released under the GNU General Public License, supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions and is also available in multiple languages.
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Important: FossHub doesn’t list the installer version of FileZilla Client due to its bundled offers. Therefore, we have chosen to list only the portable version for Microsoft® Windows® and also Linux and Mac® OS X® versions. Also, for the same reason and to avoid confusion we list only the client version and not the server version which you can obtain it from the official homepage. Please note that the installer for the server version is delivered with bundled offers.
– support for SFTP, FTPS and FTP (logging available)
– multi-platform: Microsoft Windows®, Mac® OS X®, Linux and others
– resume support (comes in handy when uploading very large files) and transfer queue
– drag and drop, bookmarks, filename filters, tabbed user interface etc.
– directory comparison, remote file editing, filename filters etc.
– support for IPv6, Keep-alive, FTP-Proxu, SOCKS5 and HTTP/1.1
– support for synchronized directory browsing and remote file search
Before you can login with SFTP, you need to activate SFTP or SSH access in your control panel.
- Open FileZilla
- Enter the address of the server in the field Host, located in the Quickconnect bar.
– (sftp.example.com – make sure to enter sftp to connect securely via SFTP)
- Enter your username
– (example.com – keep it lowercase and without “www.”)
- Enter your password
– (the one you chose for SSH in your Control Panel)
- Enter the port number.
– (port 22 for SFTP)
- Click on Quickconnect or press Enter to connect to the server.
- Click OK when you get a warning about an unknown host key.
Note: Remember to replace example.com with your own domain.
- Click File > Site Manager from FileZilla main window.
- Click New Site then name the new connection to what you want (example: My blog server).
- Leave the Port box blank. Default value 21 should be used. Only change these if your FTP account details explicitly indicate that you should.
- Select Normal from Logon Type box
- Enter the full username that you have been given in User box. It may be just a username, or it may look like an email address (but it isn’t one). For instance, it would look similar to user or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Enter password. Remember that the password might be case sensitive.
- Click OK.
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