Are you looking for a reliable and easy-to-use FTP server for your CentOS 7 system? CrossFTP Server may be just what you need. CrossFTP Server is a powerful and secure FTP server that supports FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, and WebDAV protocols. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to install and configure CrossFTP Server on CentOS 7.
- A CentOS 7 system with root access
- A user account with sudo privileges
Step 1: Install Java
CrossFTP Server requires Java to run. If you don't have Java installed on your system, you can install it by running the following command:
sudo yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk
Step 2: Download CrossFTP Server
You can download the latest version of CrossFTP Server from their website. At the time of writing this article, the latest version is CrossFTP Server 1.98.9. You can use the following command to download the package:
sudo wget https://www.crossftp.com/packages/1.98.9/CrossFTP_Server-1.98.9.rpm
Step 3: Install CrossFTP Server
Once you have downloaded the package, you can install it by running the following command:
sudo rpm -i CrossFTP_Server-1.98.9.rpm
Step 4: Start CrossFTP Server
You can start CrossFTP Server by running the following command:
sudo systemctl start crossftp
Step 5: Enable CrossFTP Server to start at boot
You can enable CrossFTP Server to start automatically at boot by running the following command:
sudo systemctl enable crossftp
Step 6: Configure CrossFTP Server
The configuration file for CrossFTP Server is located at /etc/crossftp/crossftp.json. You can edit this file to configure CrossFTP Server according to your needs. Here are some of the important settings that you may want to configure:
- port: The port on which CrossFTP Server listens for incoming connections. The default port is 2121.
- admin_user: The username of the admin user. The default username is admin.
- admin_password: The password of the admin user. The default password is 123456.
- anonymous: Whether anonymous login is allowed. The default is true, which means anonymous login is allowed.
Once you have made your changes, save the file and restart CrossFTP Server by running the following command:
sudo systemctl restart crossftp
Step 7: Connect to CrossFTP Server
You can now connect to CrossFTP Server using your favorite FTP client. Here are some examples of how to connect to CrossFTP Server using different protocols:
- FTP: ftp://<server-ip>:2121
- FTPS: ftps://<server-ip>:990
- SFTP: sftp://<username>@<server-ip>:2121
- HTTP: http://<server-ip>:8080
- HTTPS: https://<server-ip>:8443
- WebDAV: http://<username>@<server-ip>:8080/webdav/
Note that you may need to configure your firewall to allow incoming connections to the ports used by CrossFTP Server.
Congratulations, you have successfully installed and configured CrossFTP Server on CentOS 7. You can now use it to securely transfer files between your client and server. If you have any questions or issues, feel free to consult the CrossFTP Server documentation or seek help from the community.
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