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TMDHosting » Setting up FTP and managing FTP accounts
Yes you can, In order to use SFTP connection, first you should have enabled SSH. To obtain SSH access you should post new support ticket via your Client area -> Support -> My Tickets -> Submit ticket, and our technical support team will provide you with the additional information regarding your SSH access.
The FTP log is very useful when you want to troubleshot your FTP connectivity or you want to review the commands sent to the FTP server. Below you may preview the log location for most used FTP clients: a) FileZilla: The log is enabled by default, but if it’s not, you can enable it by [...]
In order to set up your CyberDuck client to access your hosting account with us via FTP, you should follow these steps: 1. Start your CyberDuck application then click on the “OpenConnection” 2. Server – in this field you may enter your domain name (if it is not in propagation period)or the hostname of the [...]
In order to access your hosting account with us, you may download the FileZilla FTP client for your Mac OS which is freeware and easy to use application. Once you have downloaded and installed it, you may follow these step to access your account: 1. Open your FileZilla application 2. In the upper “Quickconnect bar” [...]
Yes, you can access your account via FTP through your web browser. In order to do so, you should enter the following URL address: ftp://YourUsername:YourPassword@YourDomain.com Note that if you have created additional FTP account you should enter the following URL address: ftp://YourUsername%40YourDomain.com:YourPassword@Yourdomain.com You should use %40 instead “@” because if there is another @ you [...]
The FTP service does not support creating of symbolic links, Thus if you need to create a symbolic link you have two options: a) You should have an SSH access to create symlink with the following command: ln -s [PATH_TO_SCRIPT/BINARY_FILE] [SHORTCUT_NAME] b) You may post new support ticket via your Client area -> Support -> [...]
If your domain is not pointed to your hosting account with us, you can access your hosting account via the servers hostname or the servers IP address which you should enter instead of your domain name. In order to view them, you may visit your Client area -> Emails -> Welcome to TMDHosting mail. There [...]
When you create an addon domain, the webroot directory is created for it. Thus you can visit your cPanel -> Addon domains and next to your addon domain name you should be able to view its webroot folder. Then navigate to this folder with your FTP client and upload the desired files there.
Yes, you can. Our servers does not require any special settings for CuteFTP, thus you are welcome to use it. In order to set it up properly, you may follow these steps: 1. Open your CuteFTP application 2. In the upper bar you should enter the following details: a) Host – in this field you [...]
The usage of FTP client depends on which client you prefer to use. Currently we recommend FileZilla , because it is free and very easy to use. In order to access your hosting account with us, you may download the FileZilla FTP client. Once you have downloaded and installed it, you may follow these steps [...]
You can add more FTP accounts via your cPanel -> FTP accounts. You should enter the following information in the fields on the opened page: a) “Login” – here you should enter the desired username, after the creation, the username which you should use must be email@example.com b) “Password” – Here you should enter that [...]
You may change the files and folders permissions with your FTP client. All popular FTP clients have this option, usually found in the pop-up menu opened with your right mouse button when you are marked the file/folder. For an example in the FileZilla this option is called “File permission” also you may meet it as “File [...]
You may change your FTP password by visiting your Client area -> Services -> click on the “View/Edit” button next to your hosting package. There you will be able to change your cPanel/FTP login details. Note that if you have created additional FTP accounts, you can change their passwords by visiting your cPanel -> FTP [...]