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Using any FTP-Client

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Using any FTP-Client
January 11, 2005 09:37AM
If you want to upload a lot of files, you might want to use a professional FTP-Client like WSFTP or simliar.

You can do so, by using your login and password and connect to [www.tradebit.com]

Please note: Tradebit will not handle directories and they are deleted after upload automatically.

We also delete .ph* files, because they are a security issue.
open | download - wsftp.jpg (42.7 KB)
Re: Using any FTP-Client
January 13, 2005 07:28PM
A little help for all the newbie FlashFXP Users:

1. download (http://www.flashfxp.com) and start FlashFXP, then press F4, this will open the SiteManager
2. Click on "New Site" and enter a name of your choice (e.g. TradeBit)
3. ipaddress = YOUR_TRADEBIT_NAME.tradebit.com (e.g. john234.tradebit.com)
4. Use the same User Name and Password you use with your TradeBit account
5. Click "Apply" then "Close"
6. Click on the yellow connect icon
7. Now you can browse your Hard Drive with the left window, and simply drag&drop your files into the right FTP-Window.
8. After uploading/downloading your files, click on disconnect, and your done smiling smiley
Re: Using any FTP-Client
April 28, 2005 07:56AM
By the way: the server address is "www.tradebit.com", not with your login!

Re: Using any FTP-Client
November 05, 2005 12:51PM
Hello, My FRP client (FileZilla) is not able to connect. It says "Home directory not available".
Please help.

BTW, where is your FAQ? All I see is a forum with all sorts of posts. FAQ means a list of frequently asked questions and there answers. Some that can be easily and quickly browsed. Furthermore, it is very difficult to search for anything in this damn thing.
Re: Using any FTP-Client
November 05, 2005 01:55PM

critics are noted, it is time for a gathered list of standard questions indeed!
i checked your account, and for some unknown reasons, your rights were NOT set
to the right values... i fixed that, please check!


Re: Using any FTP-Client
October 24, 2006 10:06AM
Hi there,
I have the same problem when I try to logon with an ftp client:
error: 421 Home Directory not available...
Please help?
Re: Using any FTP-Client
October 25, 2006 01:25PM
i think we have fixed that via ICQ, right? that happened with upgraded accounts in the last week, sorry!
Re: Using any FTP-Client
June 09, 2010 03:49PM
One thing, that was lost in translation over time: once you uploaded a lot of files, you may use our BULK import method! You can cut+paste import commands out of a table calculation program like Excel to mass import the files in your FTP directory!