Current Version: 2.4
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Download Size: 1.9 MB - Download
FTP Server provides a simple way to share / exchange files between your computers and other devices.
* Ports below 1024 are supported now (port 21 included).
FTP(File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol used to transfer computer files from one host to another host over a TCP-based network, such as the Internet.
FTP Server lets you run the FTP service on your own computer and you can access the files on the host computer with any standard FTP client such as FileZilla or WinSCP. OS X provides read-only FTP access in Finder, you can press Command-K in a Finder window and enter the FTP URL (something like ftp://192.168.0.100:2121/), and connect to FTP Server.
FTP Server comes with its own authentication, you don't need to expose your computer accounts to other people nor do you need to create a system user for the authentication purpose.
• Easy to use: you can simply start the FTP service without any additional configuration.
• Configurable: server root, port, anonymous access options are available.
• Built-in authentication.
• Lightweight: FTP Server requires very little resources to run and the app size is relatively small.
• All kinds of regular files supported: folders, documents, photos, movies, apps, backups and other files.
* Please restart the FTP service after changing the configuration / the FTP accounts.
Note: the default document root points to "/Users/*username*/Library/Containers/net.langui.FTPServer/Data/Documents/FTPShare", you can press Command-G in Finder to go to destination folder.
• Add "Start FTP service at startup" option (FTP Server Preferences -> Advanced)
• Fix error log issue
Most Helpful Reviews
Only works on ephemeral ports - This information should have been in the description. After I purchased, I had to zoom in on the screenshot to see where it shows the port cannot be lower than 1024. Unfortunately, I have to transfer files from a device, which cannot connect to a not standard FTP port. Why was the screenshot of the entire desktop? Was this on purpose? So you could not get a close look of the limitation? Bait and switch, simple as that.