July 2012 FTP Manager User Guide Welcome to AT&T Website SolutionsSM We are focused on providing you the very best web hosting service including all the tools necessary to establish and maintain a successful website. This document contains information that will help you to transfer files from computer to computer across a network or, in this case, from our end users computer (local location) across the Internet to a web server (remote location). A list of Common FTP Commands is included. Support FAQs are also provided to help address most commonly asked questions. Where to Find and Contact Help is located at the end of the User Guide. 2012 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc. AT&T, AT&T logo and all other AT&T marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies. All other trademarks are the property of their owners. This document is not an offer, commitment, representation or warranty by AT&T and is subject to change. Your Web Hosting service is subject to the Terms and Conditions (T&Cs), which may be found at http://webhosting.att.com/Terms-Conditions.aspx. Service terms and Fees are subject to change without notice. Please read the T&Cs for additional information. 2012 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.
Table of Contents Introduction . 3 What is FTP? . 3 FTP Required Info . 3 FTP Manager . 3 Creating Users in FTP Manager . 4 Creating a Username in FTP Manager . 4 Deleting Usernames in FTP Manager . 5 Changing Passwords /Directories . 5 Directory Specific FTP . 5 Anonymous FTP . 5 Enabling/Disabling Anonymous FTP. 6 Using FTP via a Client . 6 Using Command/SSH Client to FTP . 6 Common Commands for FTP . 7 Web FTP . 8 How to use Web FTP . 8 Alternate login method for Web FTP . 10 Support FAQ . 10 Where to find Help/Instructions . 11 How to Contact Support . 11 Submit a ticket by email . 11 Contact us by phone: . 11
Introduction What is FTP? FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a UNIX service that has become an essential feature of the Internet. FTP is a communications protocol that allows for easy, efficient, and accurate transfer of files from computer to computer across a network or, in this case, from our end users computer (local location) across the Internet to a web server (remote location). FTP Required Info When troubleshooting an FTP issue the following pieces of information are required: 1. Domain Name/ Username 2. Hostname/IP Address 3. Domain Password/FTP Password Note: Domain Names sometimes Username or alternatively username.domain.tld. FTP Manager FTP manager is a function that allows the end user to control access to Directory Specific FTP and Anonymous FTP .
Creating Users in FTP Manager Creating a Username in FTP Manager In Directory FTP 1. Click “Create” 2. Type in Username 3. In “Set Password,” enter in a password 4. In “Confirm Password” enter the password again. 5. Select the directory the Username will have access to from “Directory List” 6. Click OK to accept Username/Password created and return to first screen 7. Alternatively, Click Apply to accept Username/Password created and remain on existing screen to create additional Usernames/Passwords. Note: Write the password down and save it in a safe location as the password is not displayed in FTP Manager for security reasons. If a user has forgotten their password they will have to reset the password.
Deleting Usernames in FTP Manager In Directory FTP 1. Select the wanted Username to delete. 2. Click Delete Changing Passwords /Directories In Directory FTP 1. Select the Username wanted to change the password/directory to. 2. To Change Passwords In “Set Password,” type in a password In “Confirm Password” re-type the password. 3. To Change Directory Click on the drop down menu “Change FTP Directory” Select the Directory you wish the user to have access to 4. Click OK or “Apply” to accept Password/Directory change Directory Specific FTP Directory specific FTP allows an end user to give another person FTP access to a specified directory on their website. Using an FTP client, the external user will be able to upload files to and download files from the end users. End users may grant FTP access to a specific directory for each external user. The external user will then have access to all directories that are located below the specified directory. An FTP user will not have access to any other part of their website or other applications within the control panel. Anonymous FTP Anonymous FTP allows users to FTP to a specified directory anonymously. When Anonymous FTP is enabled the system creates an /anonftp folder outside of /public. It also creates the username “anonymous”. All popular FTP clients have an option to login to a server as anonymously and automatically set the username to “anonymous”. The password for this account must be in the form of an email address. Username: anonymous Password: email@example.com
Enabling/Disabling Anonymous FTP 1. In FTP Manager, Click on the “Anonymous FTP” tab. 2. Check/Uncheck “Enable Anonymous FTP” 3. Click “OK” or “Apply,” to accept the changes. Using FTP via a Client An FTP client is software/program (i.e. FileZilla/Fetch/CuteFTP/ WS FTP etc) that allows a user to transfer files from one location to another. Once connected to the server, the user will be able to transfer files locally to remote or vice versa. Using Command/SSH Client to FTP Command/CMD is the command that is entered into the "Run" bar in Windows that launches the pseudo DOS prompt within WinNT, Win2k and WinXP, while command will do the same within Win95, win98, and Win ME. Putty is an SSH client that we use; which supports standard text based client server communication in telnet and SSH formats, this allows a command line type interaction with a server from a remote location (If you are using Putty, please note that you must first connect to a valid SSH Account or Command line interface before attempting to connect via the FTP protocol)
Common Commands for FTP For testing Command/CMD or Putty are generally used. To connect to the FTP using Command/CMD/Putty 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Type the following: ftp domain.tld Press “Enter” Type the username: domain.tld or username.domain.tld Press “Enter” Type in the FTP Password. Press “Enter” If the information is entered correctly the Command/CMD the screen should look like the following: Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\Documents and Settings\local computer ftp domain.tld Connected to domain.tld 220 Website FTP Server Ready User (domain.tld:(none)): domain.tld 331 Password required for domain.tld Password: 230 User domain.tld logged in. ftp ascii: Switches to ASCII mode (default). Used for transferring text files. binary: Switches to binary mode. Used to transfer binary files, including files ending in .zip, .tar, .Z, and .gz, executable programs, and graphics files. bye or quit: Closes the connection to the remote location/FTP session. del: Deletes files from the remote location. dir or ls: List the files in the current directory on the remote computer. ls /directoryname/subdirectory: lists files in subdirectory. get: Copies a file from the remote location to the local computer. help or ?: Lists all the ftp commands available. mdel: Deletes multiple files on the remote location. mget: Copies multiple files from the remote location to the local computer.
mkdir: Creates a directory on the remote host. mput: Copies multiple files from the local computer to the remote location. open: Opens a connection to a remote location. prompt: Turns on (or turn off) file transfer prompting. Used to turn off prompting when using commands like mdel, mput, or mget so it ask to confirm each transfer. put: Copies a file from the local computer to the remote location. rmdir: Removes a directory on the remote host (the directory usually has to be empty). Web FTP Web FTP connects to the server via browser. Depending on the browser the display of files/directories are different. It is best to use Internet Explorer for Web FTP. How to use Web FTP 1. Open a browser. (Preferably Internet Explorer) 2. Type in the following: ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Press “Enter” 4. Type in the username and password. 5. Click “Log On” to login or “Cancel” to exit session. If the username and password are accepted your browser should now list a set of folders. You can click and drag files, folders etc from your local computer into this browser or vice versa.
Alternate login method for Web FTP This will bypass the username/password prompt. 1. Open a browser. (Preferably Internet Explorer) 2. Type in the following: ftp://username:email@example.com. 3. Press “Enter” Support FAQs FAQs Is there any length limitation when creating usernames? To date, we know that usernames of length over 45 characters long will work. Example: 45characterlongusername.yourdomain.com Can the username contain special characters? No, the usernames must be alpha-numeric. If a character such as or # is used an error “Username must be alpha-numeric” will be displayed. Can we have two users with the same username but different passwords? No, you cannot. The application will return an error “User already exists”. How do I connect to the anonymous account? The FTP client must have the following settings: Hostname: yourdomain.com Username: anonymous Password: firstname.lastname@example.org Why do I receive ‘550 permission error’ when logging using anonymous account? By default the FTP client is trying to list directories and files from the root. The user that is trying to use anonymous login will have to “change directory” manually in FTP client and type in the name of yourdomain.com. Once completed, the FTP client will have a list of files for download that exist in the /anonftp folder.
Can users upload using the anonymous account? No, they cannot. Such functionality could potentially reach and go over your disk space limits meaning higher cost to you per megabyte. Create regular FTP user if upload access is necessary. Where to find Help/Instructions AT&T Website Solutions includes a number of applications and tools that you can use on your website. Help/Instructions on how to use each of these features are located in the top right of your control panel. For specific help for each application together with instructions, select the application you want in the control panel and click the help button in the top right corner. How to Contact Support Submit a ticket by email: email@example.com For support issues, please also include a step-by-step on how to replicate your problem including your operating system, browser type and version, and any links and login information that may be needed to duplicate and correct the reported issue. Contact us by phone:: You may also reach us by dialing 1.888.WEB.HOST (1.888.932.4678). Our Technical Support staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; choose the tech support option. Our billing group is available Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. (Eastern); select the billing option. All questions concerning billing, renewal or cancellation should be directed here. Our sales staff is available Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. (Eastern); select the sales option. International customers may reach us by calling 972-234-4847
1. In FTP Manager, Click on the "Anonymous FTP" tab. 2. Check/Uncheck "Enable Anonymous FTP" 3. Click "OK" or "Apply," to accept the changes. Using FTP via a ClientUsing FTP via a Client An FTP client is software/program (i.e. FileZilla/Fetch/CuteFTP/ WS FTP etc) that allows a user to transfer files from one location to another.
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An sftp client talks to an sftp server and not an RFC959 FTP server FTPS: - Also referred to as RFC4217 FTP, FTP AUTH-TLS, or FTP AUTH-SSL - Secure RFC959 FTP using a standard security mechanism, such as Kerberos or SSL/TLS RFC4217 "Securing FTP with TLS" - The normal FTP protocol but extended with full network security
1. In FTP Manager, Click on the "Anonymous FTP" tab. 2. Check/Uncheck "Enable Anonymous FTP" Using FTP via a Client An FTP client is software/program (i.e. FileZilla/Fetch/CuteFTP/ WS FTP etc) that allows a user to transfer files from one location to another. 3. Click "OK" or "Apply," to accept the changes.
For files larger than 25GB, you can use any FTP utility that supports the FTPS protocol (FTP over SSL using explicit FTPS) and the standard FTP ports. Depending on the FTP client you are using, the FTPS . CoreFTP AuthTLS with Windows SSL FileZilla Explicit FTP over TLS CuteFTP FTP with TLS/SSL (Auth TLS - Explicit) SmartFTP FTPS (Explicit)
Each FTP client is different but the information they will need to connect with is the same Server address/ Host or FTP Host: Enter 18.104.22.168 (This is the address of our FTP server). User name: Enter the username of the FTP connection that you created earlier. Password: Enter the password of the FTP connection that you created earlier.
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