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FileZilla Tutorials – Connecting with FTP/FTPS/SFTP and uploading and downloading
In the second part of our FileZilla tutorials, learn how to connect, upload and download to and from your HostedFTP account.
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To connect to your server/HostedFTP account, you’ll need 3 pieces of information:

Hostname (by default, will be “ftp.hostedftp.com”)
Username (or email address)
Password
Connecting with SFTP
When connecting with SFTP you may also be required to know your “default remote directory”.
Which is the folder you want to land in when you connect via FTP client or the “default FTP folder” in your Setup Tab.

To connect to your HostedFTP account, follow the instructions below:
Open FileZilla, click File and open the Site Manager.
Click “New site” and give the site connection a name.
Input your hostname, username and password login credentials (by default you can always use ftp.hostedftp.com as the hostname).
Click Here for more information on connecting with an FTP client.
Select your protocol using the drop down menu.
If needed you can specify the default remote directory in the “Advanced” tab.
Click “Connect” and click “Ok” to the unknown hostkey to gain access to your remote site.
Check, “Always trust this host, add this key to cache” if you want to save the hostkey to bypass the “unknown host key” notification in the future.
To upload and download, you can use 3 different methods:
Browse the file(s) or folder(s) you want to transfer in your remote site (HostedFTP account) or local site (PC). Click and drag the file(s) or folder(s) from directory to directory.
Browse the file(s) or folder(s) you want to transfer from your desktop or the FieZilla interface and drag and drop the file(s) or folder(s) into the appropriate directory. Example: Drag from FileZilla to your desktop to download and vise versa.
Browse the file(s) or folder(s) you want to transfer, right click the item and select either upload or download.

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