I'm developing a website for our club, and would like to test it on my userpage:
I've found that in "My Account" there is a primitive page which will let me upload a single file at a time.
Is there an easier option, to upload multiple files in their directory structure using FTP? I tried connecting to users.tpg.com.au/myname via FTP, with and without "users" on the front and "myname" at the end but no luck.
Try ftp users.tpg.com.au
And when you get the prompt for name, type your user name followed by enter and when prompted, your password
I am wondering if you could upload a whole directory by using the put command on a directory?
In any event mput exists to enable you to send multiple files.
Thanks Dr Bob.
I tried it earlier with absolutely zero luck.
This time it connected, accepted the password, but then failed:
That is all automatic from Filezilla after I pressed the "Quickconnect" button. It doesn't give the option of manually entering username & password after preliminary connection.
Will try a while later, but seems like it's not going to work.
Googling - it seems to be a router & firewall issue, rather than either Filezilla or TPG's server.
TPG's server passes the ftptest.net test with only warnings that it's using plain FTP, no security.
I've found that the TPG ftp server really only likes plain vanilla FTP connections, done using the bog-standard FTP command line programs, from both UNIX and WIndows.
It took a couple of tries, but it also accepts connections from the NcFTP program, again under both UNIX and Windows.
Using NcFTP I was able to to "mput" a bunch of files, I haven't used Filezilla, and avoid GUI-style FTP programs 'cause I'm a reactionary old ** and NcFTP does the job for me!