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difference between filezilla client and filezilla server.I have been using filezilla client for past few days and while downloading Filezilla i come across two options filezilla client and file zilla server.After searching many sites for the info related to server,I am still unclear what is the exact use of filezilla server.I just know that if filezilla client is used to connect to a web server, FileZilla server is used as the Web Server; you can't connect to other web servers with it.still i am bit confused with this answer/research

FileZilla Server is an application that acts as an FTP server. Users can use a FTP client to connect to a FileZilla Server and download or upload files. Users cannot use the FileZilla Server to connect to other servers - it only allows connections in.

FileZilla Client is an application that allows a user to connect to an FTP server. Users can use the client to connect to any number of FTP server. The clients allow users to upload or download files etc.

filezilla server is not a web server it is an ftp server. thus if there a main computer in a LAN which can be used for supplying and receiving files. we can install filezilla in it and use it as a fileserver(FTP(file transfer protocol))

Right ....but just to add to that answer, the filezilla client enables the enduser to connect to the filezilla server and gives him a convenient interfaceto transfer files to and from from the filezilla server.However for the filezilla client to connect to the filezilla server the client needs to know the FZ servers ip address and port on which it is running.

So a simple form of usage would be to map a directory on your local system to the user account on the filezilla server and connect via fileclientto see the contents of that folder and then access it to download or uploadfiles across the network.In case of any doubts please get back.

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First off, download FileZilla from the official website. There are versions for OS X, Windows, and Linux available. The FileZilla website will automatically detect which OS you are using, so you can simply click the download link. Depending on your operating system, follow the installation process.

Enter the IP address or hostname of the FTP server in the "Host" field. If applicable, enter a username, password, and port as well. The standard FTP port is 21. This is an insecure protocol, meaning that someone watching your network traffic could see the files being transferred. Secure protocols typically use port 22. Click "Quickconnect" to connect to the server.

Once you're connected, you will see two panes. On the left, there's your local computer. On the right, there's the server in which you are connected. You can drag and drop files to transfer them between your computer and server. You can see progress at the bottom of the screen. To reconnect to your server, simply click the dropdown next to the "Quickconnect" button and click its IP address/hostname.

FileZilla may be used for secure file transfer using SFTP between Windows or Mac Computers and Academic Web Hosting servers. The following are instructions for Windows computers. The instructions for Mac computers are similar.

If you connect from the outside of your LAN this does not apply, you have to use the external (WAN) IP instead.Navigating on the serverAfter a successful connection attempt, a list of files and folders appears on the right side of the main window.

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