This feature allows you to give public FTP access to a dedicated directory in your account. A special directory is created in your root, and its content can be viewed and downloaded, and for Windows-based accounts uploaded as well.
Note: In Unix-based accounts Anonymous FTP becomes available only after you create a Virtual FTP server.
To configure Anonymous FTP:
- Select FTP in FTP/User Account menu.
- If you have several domains, choose the one to enable virtual FTP for. On the page that appears, switch to dedicated IP. (Read more about Shared and Dedicated IPs.)
Skip this step if you have already enabled Virtual FTP.
- For Unix-based accounts, select FTP in FTP/User Account menu. Enable FTP for this domain and agree with the charges:
- On your control panel home page, select FTP in FTP/User Account menu. Enable Anonymous FTP for this domain:
- Agree with the charges if any.
- For Windows-based accounts, set the new FTP virtual host: