Access Numbers & Connection Configuration
FTP (File Transfer Protocol), a standard Internet protocol, is the simplest way to exchange files between computers on the Internet and is one way to update (delete, rename, move, and copy) files on a server. It can be used with a simple command line interface (for example, from the Windows MS-DOS Prompt window) or with a commercial program that offers a graphical user interface.
If you receive an error when logging in, please double check the address, webmaster login, and password that you are using. Remember that your webmaster login must be all lower case and that your password is also case sensitive. You may contact us via phone to confirm this information, as well. When you contact us for confirmation, please be sure that you are an authorized contact on the account and be prepared to verify your identity so that we can ensure the security of your account.
You may upload/publish your Web pages as soon as you receive the welcome message from our DNS Administrators. You should receive this message via e-mail from 24-48 hours after your order for Web hosting was placed. Seanet preconfigures your domain on our servers, so your Web pages will be visible to you as long as you are connected to the Internet through Seanet -- even before the registration or transfer process is completed by InterNIC. Your Web site pages not become visible to the rest of the Internet, however, until InterNIC has completed this process. If you'd like to check on the progress of your domain, you can do so by searching for your domain name in the Network Solutions’ database.
If your domain is hosted on our UNIX server, you can upload your files via FTP. Should you need an FTP program, we recommend and support the following clients (which you may download by clicking on the link or from various archives.):