You can access the 'FTP Client' through the 'Grab/Upload Settings' dialog, or through the 'Uploader'.
Until you have configured the FTP Client it will automatically be shown to you every time you attempt to upload a file.
Site - Public name such as ‘ftp.somesite.com’ or the actual IP address of the web site.
Use Proxy - If you connect to the internet through a Firewall/Proxy Server then you must fill in the IP address and port of the Firewall/Proxy Server for the FTP protocol. Click this button to fill your Firewall/Proxy Server information.
Port - Default port for the FTP protocol on a web site is port 21. This port shouldn’t have to be changed. Type another port if recommended by your site administrator.
Anonymous login - Selecting anonymous login allows you to access an FTP site without a username or password. Note that anonymous login is granted by the FTP site therefore anonymous logins may not be available depending on the site you’re connecting to.
User ID - If the FTP site requires authentication you will need to inform the correct combination of user id and password to be able to upload files to the site.
Password - If the FTP site requires authentication you will need to inform the correct combination of user id and password to be able to upload files to the site.