Where can I find login and password to access FTP?

When you have a server, you can place files on them using an FTP connection. You will need FTP access data for this.

You can get FTP access using:

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Where can I find login, host and password to access FTP?

  1. Log in to the home.pl Control PanelCheck how to log in to the Control Panel.
  2. Go to the section: Usługi WWW (WWW services), which is located on the left side of the screen.Customer Panel - Go to the section WWW services
  3. Click the name of the server on which you want to make changes.
  4. In the Konta FTP/FTP Accounts section you will find information about the FTP server’s address (Host FTP), its host, as well as the username / login of FTP access (Główny login FTP). The above data is the access data of the main FTP user.
  5. At this point you will not find information about the password. In the Serwer WWW/Web server section, go to Ustawienia > Hasło dostępu/Settings > Access password and assign a new server password.

    For security reasons, the password is recovered or changed only by setting a new password. Changing the password here does not change the access password to the Control Panel. Only FTP.

  6. Authorization. Login (adres e-mail administratora/hasło administratora) Enter the login and password of the account administrator (the same data you used to log in to the Control Panel). In the Nowe hasło serwera/New server password field, enter a new password to access the FTP server. Save Changes.
  7. You have access to the FTP server using the main server account.

 

In the server configuration window, in the FTP accounts section you can:

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