Managing your server files with FTP
To use a FTP client with your Minecraft server, you will first need to download and install a FTP client on your computer. Some popular FTP clients include FileZilla and Cyberduck. Once you have your FTP client installed, follow these steps to connect to your Minecraft server via FTP:
- Open your FTP client and enter the FTP server address: "ftp.minefort.com" in the "host" field.
- Enter your FTP username and password in the appropriate fields. If you don't have an FTP username and password, you can contact the Minecraft server administrator to get this information.
- Once you have entered your FTP login credentials, click on the "connect" button to establish a connection to the FTP server.
- Once you are connected to the FTP server, you will see a list of files and directories on the server in the FTP client window. These files and directories are the ones that are accessible to your FTP account.
- To upload a file to the Minecraft server, simply drag the file from your computer and drop it into the desired directory on the FTP server. The file will be uploaded to the server and you can then access it on the Minecraft server.
- To download a file from the Minecraft server, simply right-click on the file on the FTP server and select the "download" option. The file will be downloaded to your computer and you can then access it locally.
- You can also create and delete directories on the FTP server using your FTP client. Simply right-click on the directory you want to create or delete and select the appropriate option from the menu.
Using a FTP client with your Minecraft server allows you to easily manage your server files and make changes to them without having to log in to the server directly. It also allows you to quickly transfer files between your computer and the Minecraft server, making it a convenient tool for managing your Minecraft server.
- I get an error with "425 No connection established" How do I fix this?
Try setting the transfer mode to "Passive".