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 Error-203 and How To Connect With FTP

In order to connect via FTP on Shared/Reseller Linux servers you MUST use Secure FTP. This is often called TLS Explicit. Please see the following articles for a more in-depth...

 How to use FTP?

You need a FTP client software like Filezilla to use FTP. Once you have downloaded and installed a FTP client software follow the below steps. 1. Open the software. 2. Fill in your FTP connection...

 Unable to upload large file, what to do?

There is no size limit for uploading files, but it could be a problem if the connection is terminated when you are uploading huge files. A connection can be terminated due to lot of reasons. If you...

 What is an FTP account?

An FTP account is used to login to an FTP server and transfer files to and from the server. FTP accounts may have complete access to all the files on the server, or they can be restricted to a...

 Which directory do my files go in?

By default, logging into FTP will open the root directory of your account. In order for files to be publicly accessible, you will need to place them in the public_html folder. The public_html...

 What is anonymous FTP?

Anonymous FTP is a setting which allows users to login to your FTP server anonymously by not  requiring any login credentials. This feature may be useful to clients wanting to grant access to a...

 What is the difference between FTP and SFTP?

Both FTP and SFTP are file transfer protocol. SFTP or Secure File Transfer Protocol is similar to FTP or File Transfer Protocol but is an encrypted version of FTP. SFTP is much more secure compared...

 FileZilla for FTP/SFTP

FileZilla is an open source FTP manager used in Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It is one of the best FTP manager there is. Both FTP and SFTP are supported in FileZilla. After installation, follow the...

 Login to FTP via Windows Explorer

Open any Windows Explorer window (My Pictures, My Documents, My Music, etc) Replace the text in the address bar with ftp.yourdomain.com. Note: yourdomain.com is the name of  the domain you...

 Dreamweaver for FTP/SFTP

To use Dreamweaver as FTP manager, follow the below steps. 1. In the menu bar, go to Site. 2. Under Site, click on New Site. 3. In the Site Setup wizard, under Site tab, specify a name and local...

 Fetch for FTP/SFTP

Fetch is a Mac OS X based FTP manager. After installing the application, follow the below steps. 1. Open Fetch application, a dialog box will appear. 2. Specify the FTP connection details in the...

 Transmit for FTP/SFTP

Transmit is an FTP manager used in Mac OS. After installing the software, follow the below steps. 1. Click on the "+" sign in the bottom of the application. 2. A form will appear. Specify the...

 Cyberduck for FTP/SFTP

Cyberduck is an open source FTP manager on Mac OS X. After installation of the software, follow the below steps. 1. There is a "+" button in the bottom left corner, click on that button to create a...