How to use FTP Service in ISPConfig
1 Create FTP Account through ISPConfig
1) In ISPconfig, the created FTP account will automatically have a prefix. Please see the following screenshot.
2) If you donot want to keep the prefix for your FTP account. You need to remove the prefix in your ispconfig settings: System -> Interface Config before you create an FTP account. Please see the following screenshots.
2 Configure FTP Account on the FileZilla Client
2.1 Download and install FileZilla Client
If you did not install FileZilla, please download FileZilla Client from http://filezilla-project.org
and install it with the default settings.
Notes: By default, the ftp account has a prefix once it has been created in ISPconfig. If your ftp account have a prefix. Please use the first way (Method1) to Configure FTP account in Filezilla Client. Otherwise, please use the second way (Method2) to Configure FTP account in Filezilla Client.
2.2 Start FileZilla Client to Configure FTP account
- New Site: Enter Your New Site Name
- Host: Enter your server IP
- Protocol: Choose FTP-File Transfer Protocol
- Encryption: Choose Require explicit FTP over TLS or Use explicit FTP over TLS if avaliable
- Logon Type: Please select Normal
- User Name: Enter the user name you created in ISPConfig
- Password: Entry the password of the FTP user
- Click “OK” to save the settings
3 Test FTP Account
3.1 Choose FTP Account then Click “Connect”
3.2 Check the box "Always trust certificate in future sessions” then Click “OK”
3.3 Once connected, you can download or upload files.
1.Start FileZilla Client to Configure FTP account
2.Test FTP Account
2.1 Choose FTP Account then Click “Connect”
2.2 Check the box “Always trust certificate in future sessions” then Click “OK”
2.3 Once connected, you can download or upload files.