Using FileZilla to FTP CS10001 – Computer Literacy Kent State University.
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Using FileZilla to FTP CS10001 – Computer Literacy Kent State University
Understanding the Interface Quickconnect Bar Message Log Area Local site navigation (either lab machine or personal machine) Remote site navigation (FTP server) Transfer queue (files waiting to upload)
Using the Quickconnect Bar Step 1: Enter the “IP address” for the FTP Server. Step 2: Enter your Flashline User ID. Step 3: Enter your Flashline Password. Step 4: Enter 21 for the Port number (Telnet protocol). Step 5: Select Quickconnect for server access.
Check the Connection Message log shows all queries between the client (us) and the FTP site. The public_html folder for our class documents. Double-click on it to select it as the target folder.
Create and Name a New Directory Right-click and select the option to Create Directory. Rename the New folder to CS10001.
Change the Directory’s File Attributes Right-click on the newly created folder and select the File attributes option.
Change the Directory’s File Attributes – cont’d. Change the file attributes as follows: 1. Owner reads, writes and executes. 2. Group reads and executes. 3. Public reads and executes.
Practice Uploading a Source File There are three ways to upload files: 1. Right-click on the selected source file and choose the option to “Upload”. 2. Left-click the selected source file twice. 3. Left-click and drag the selected source file to the destination folder.
Change the File Attributes Right-click on the newly uploaded file to change its file attributes.
Change the File Attributes – cont’d. Change the file attributes as follows: 1.Owner reads and writes. 2.Group reads and writes. 3.Public reads only.
Disconnect from the FTP Server Select File Disconnect to properly exit from the FTP server. Close the application.
Checking the URL In a browser window, enter the URL to determine if the file attributes were set correctly to allow viewing over the Internet. The URL format is as follows: http://www.personal.kent.edu/~userid/CS10001/filename.ext