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9.) Your server is ready! You can go login using a FTPS client on port 21, SFTP client on port 2222, or HTTPS web browser on port 443.
9.) Your server is ready! You can go login using a FTPS client on port 21, SFTP client on port 2222, or HTTPS web browser on port 443. See below for how to change the settings. This quick guide only scratched the surface of what CrushFTP can do for you. By setting it up in proxy mode, it can act as a drop in enhancement to any existing server. The 'FTP' traffic to the legacy FTP server is all local on the machine, not out in the clear, and all traffic to CrushFTP is using secure protocols.
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10.) Additional configuration and controls:
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You may want to change the server ports in CrushFTP. You may also want to force encryption for FTP making the user use FTPS and not FTP. Keep in mind unless the user uses 'CCC' (clear channel connection) mode in their FTPS client, you will need additional port mapping rules on any routers or firewalls.
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The server settings can be found under the 'File' menu, or Application menu. in this screenshot I am editing the SFTP port from 2222 to be 22.
10.) Additional configuration and settings:
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You may want to change the server ports in CrushFTP. You may also want to force encryption for FTP making the user use FTPS and not FTP. Keep in mind unless the user uses 'CCC' (clear channel connection) mode in their FTPS client, you will need additional port mapping rules on any routers or firewalls. Also note that changing settings does not require a restart of the application. Changes take effect when you click OK.
The server settings can be found under the 'File' menu, or Application menu. In this screenshot I am editing the SFTP port from 2222 to be 22.
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