Important: To connect your local machine to your FTP server, read our How to Upload Files with FTP documentation or your third-party FTP client’s documentation.
Note: This interface is only available if your hosting provider enables FTP services on the server.
This interface does not appear on servers running the CloudLinux™ operating system.
The interface includes the following information about connections to your FTP server:
|User||The username for the authenticated FTP account.|
|Logged in From||The host through which the user connected to your FTP server.|
|Login Time||The FTP session’s start time and date.|
|Status||The FTP session’s status.|
|Process ID||The FTP session’s process ID.|
|Actions||The actions that you perform with on the FTP session:
To refresh the list of FTP sessions and to see any new connections, click Reload.
If you suspect malicious activity from a user, or if the user is idle, you can disconnect their FTP session.
To disconnect a user from an FTP session, perform the following steps:
1) Click Disconnect next to the FTP session that you wish to disconnect.
2) To verify that the server disconnected the session, click Reload.
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