Valid for versions 94 through the latest version
Last modified: January 14, 2022
This interface displays information about current connections to your FTP server and allows you to terminate those connections.
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.
- 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.
View current FTP sessions
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, click Reload.
Disconnect users from an FTP session
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:
- Click Disconnect next to the FTP session that you wish to disconnect.
- To verify that the server disconnected the session, click Reload.