FileZilla Server

FileZilla Server is a full-featured FTP server with support for secure SSL/TLS connections, IP security, anti-FXP options, per-user speed limits, user groups and MODE-Z compression.

FileZilla Server 0.9.41
Publisher: filezilla.sourceforge.net License: Freeware
Version: 0.9.41 Date Added: 25 July, 2012
File Size: 1.6 MB Downloads: 16
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Systems: Windows

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FileZilla Server is a full-featured FTP server with support for secure SSL/TLS connections, IP security, anti-FXP options, per-user speed limits, user groups and MODE-Z compression. It provides a plain, but easy-to-use interface that can be installed as Windows service. FileZilla Server is open source program and does not provide any documentation, however if you are familiar with FTP server operations, it should not be needed.FileZilla Server FAQ:1.I've just installed the server and after starting the interface, it asks for a server address.Despite administrating the server on the local machine, the interface can also be used to administrate remote servers. But you will most likely want to administrate your local server. In this case enter 127.0.0.1 as server address. For the server port, you have to enter the same port number you did specify during installation for the admin port. (default: 14147)2.I'm behind a firewall and nobody can connect to my server or transfer files / directory listingsYou have to configure your firewall to allow incoming connections on the ftp port (default: 21), as well as allowing outgoing connections from the server. In FTP Active Mode, FileZilla Server tries to use a port one less than the ftp port for outgoing connections. If that fails it tries to use a port one larger than the ftp port and after that it requests a port from windows. It may be best to allow all outgoing connections from the server. Further you have to allow a port range for incoming connections for passive mode transfers. You can specify this port range on the "passive mode settings" page in the settings dialog in the server interface. In most cases, a range like 5000-5100 is sufficient. With certain firewalls, it may be possible that FileZilla can't determine the external IP address. In this case you have to enter the IP address (or your host name) on the passive mode page in the settings dialog. In case you've a dynamic IP (most dial-up users), you can also choose to retrieve the ip address from a website.3.I'm behind a router and nobody can connect to my server or transfer files / directory listingsYou have to configure your router to forward the ftp port (default: 21) to the server machine. Further you have to forward a port range for passive mode transfers. You can specify this port range on the "passive mode settings" page in the settings dialog in the server interface. In most cases, a range like 5000-5100 is sufficient. Most likely, FileZilla can't determine the external IP address if behind a router. In this case you have to enter the IP address (or your host name) on the passive mode page in the settings dialog. In case you've a dynamic IP (most dial-up users), you can also choose to retrieve the ip address from a website.4.I'm behind a router and a firewall and nobody can connect to my server or transfer files / directory listingsJust follow both steps 2 and 3 in this case.5.How can I enable anonymous loginsJust create an account with the name anonymous and make sure the password box isn't checked on that account.6.How can I test that my server can be reached from the internetIt's not possible to check the accessibility of the server by connecting from inside the local network (or even localhost) by entering the external IP in a client. Reason is that most firewalls and/or routers only forward ports for requests coming from outside the internal network. So you would have to connect to your server from an external machine. You can test the accessibility of your server using the free service from ftptest.net/.7.How do aliases workHow can I share multiple drivesLet's assume you have two shared folders: c:\ftproot is your homedir and d:\myfiles is the second one. In order to display an alias to d:\myfiles in your homedir, add /myalias as alias in the second column to the right of d:\myfiles. A new folder with the name myalias will appear in your homedir with the contents of d:\myfiles8.How can I share network drivesGenerally sharing network drives is not recommended, as all data has to be transferred twice. Just install FileZilla Server on the other machine instead. If you still want to share a network drives with FileZilla Server, make sure the account FileZilla Server runs under has access to the network drive. By default, FileZilla Server runs using the SYSTEM account. You can change the account FileZilla Server uses on the service page in the management console of Windows: Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services -> FileZilla Server FTP server -> Log On. However, even then sharing mapped network drives might not work since Windows networking has some bugs.9.Command line options for FileZilla ServerSee Command-line arguments (Server)10.Is it safe for all user and groups settings to upgrade from older Filezilla serverYes, installing a new version over an older version does not change any settings.

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