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Frequently Asked Questions

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It's a way to transfer a single file or multiple files from the computer you are working on to a computer somewhere else. The process of transferring your files is called an upload. You can download the most popular FTP client CuteFTP from our downloads page. 

Configuration of Cute FTP 4.0 

1. Open Cute FTP. A Site Settings window should open. If you already have CuteFTP open and the Site Settings window is not open, select File then Site Manager.
2. A New Site File will appear at the bottom of the window. Select it.
3. Under Label for site, enter the name that you want to use for your Geoweb FTP sessions. (e.g. Geonet.)
4. Under FTP Host Address, enter the hostname: ftp.geoweb.ge
5. Under FTP site User Name, enter your username.
6. Under FTP site Password, enter your password.
7. Leave the FTP site connection port with the default entry (21).
8. For Login type, select Normal.
9. Then click Connect. When the Login Messages box appears, click OK.
10. Your site directory will appear in the window on the right side.
11. Congratulations! CuteFTP is now ready to upload your files.
If your FTP utility is working properly, when you connect to Geoweb you will be directly accessing the directory containing your files. You will be able to see the files that are in your directory, and upload, delete, rename and download your files.

To download a file using CuteFTP  

1. Select the file you would like to download from the file menu on the right-hand side of the window.
2. From the Transfer menu, select Download.
To create a directory using CuteFTP
1. Click on the File icon in the top right section of the program window.
2. Enter a file name for the directory.
3. Click OK.
4. The new file name will appear in the window on the right side of the screen.

To delete a directory using CuteFTP 

1. Select the file or directory you would like to delete.
2. Click the X icon.
3. Confirm the selection by clicking Yes.
4. The file will disappear from the window on the right side of the screen.


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