Use this interface to define how anonymous users interact with your FTP server.
You can use this interface to create and manage your website's File Transfer Protocol (FTP) accounts.
This interface displays information about current connections to your FTP server and allows you to terminate those connections.
The FTP Server Configuration interface allows you to customize your chosen FTP server's behavior.
This interface allows you to select an FTP server daemon, or to disable FTP services.
This document details the information you will need to connect to your cPanel account via SFTP.
This document describes how to deny FTP access to your users.
This document explains how to manually edit the FTP server's configuration from the command line.
This document explains how to use the active or passive mode to connect to a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server.
This document explains how to restore missing FTP interfaces in cPanel.
This document explains how to upload files to your FTP server.
This document explains the workaround for the PureFTP and ProFTPD issue on NAT-configured networks for cPanel & WHM's version 64 and older.
This document provides an example of how to configure ProFTPD to utilize the Host Access Control feature from the command line to restrict access by IP address to FTP.
This interface allows you to download an FTP server's raw access logs.
The setupftpserver script allows you to select your server's FTP server, configure anonymous FTP services, or disable FTP services.
The Webalizer FTP interface displays FTP traffic statistics from the Webalizer statistics program.