You can access your Offsite Storage Space by using FTP. Please use your assigned hostname
mycoreserver.com, username, and password. Please note that an FTP connection is unencrypted; only FTPS (FTP+TLS) is encrypted.
If you also plan on using a sub-account on your Offsite Storage Space, please make sure to also use the sub-account username for connection.
Active and Passive Modes
FTP protocol is built upon two connections: the first connection, via port 21 for all commands, and the second, for the transfer of all file content. The second connection can be differentiated into active and passive modes.
With the active mode, the ftp server attempts to establish a connection to the client (server -> client). However, this can be blocked with the client's firewall, and a timeout may occur. As a solution to this problem, you can use the passive mode.
With the passive mode, a connection is built from the client to the server (client -> server). The method for activating the passive mode differs between different client programs. For that reason, you should check the help guides of your program.
In Windows, use the following instructions to add your Offsite Storage Space as a network address via FTP:
- Open Windows Explorer.
- Windows 7: On the left, click on Computer and then at the top on Add a network location.
Windows 8/10: On the left, click on This PC. Finally, at the top, click on Computer and then on Add a network location.
- Now click in the new dialog two times on Next.
- Now enter
ftp://in the text field and click on Next.
- Unclick Log in anonymously and enter the name of your Offsite Storage Space.
- Click two times on Next and then on Finish.
- Enter your username and password in the open window. Alternatively, you can save your password from Windows.
- After clicking on Log on, you will be able to access your Offsite Storage Space under This PC (Windows 8.1/10) or Computer (Windows 7/8).
Please note that this text only addresses a limited selection of software that can be used for this protocol.
- Windows Explorer
- ES File Explorer
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