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Most FTP clients, including SmartFTP, Cute FTP, WinSCP, Filezilla and many others should only require four things: * The hostname/server/domain you wish to connect to (usually either your domain name or the IP of the server) * Username *...
You already know how to create FTP accounts in your cPanel account [1], and now we'll run through creating additional FTP accounts in your cPanel dashboard. To create additional FTP accounts: * Log in to your cPanel account [2] * Click FTP Accou...
An FTP account is used for uploading and managing files on your website. An FTP account is automatically created in cPanel when you sign up for hosting, create a cPanel, create an addon domain or subdomain or enable anonymous FTP. So, by default, you a...
There are many free FTP clients you can download to get started transferring files. Click the Download link adjacent to the FTP client you think you may want to try. You'll be directed to the download page for that client on their website. You can als...
Are you having trouble with your FTP timing out or not connecting? First, be sure to check out our cavalcade of FTP tutorials at https://www.cirtexhosting.com/support [1]. If your FTP is still timing out, please make sure you * Turn off your fir...
Need a one-stop shop for everything FTP (File Transfer Protocol)? We've got you covered. Learn how to manage your files, transfer files, configure your site and more with FTP: http://www.cirtexhosting.com/support#4 [1] _See also Create Additional FT...
FTP OVERVIEW FTP or File Transfer Protocol is a commonly used protocol for exchanging files over any network that supports the TCP/IP protocol (such as the Internet or an intranet). There are two computers involved in an FTP transfer: a server and a ...
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