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FTP Server Monitoring

Monitor availability of an FTP server and verify the availability of a specific directory or files.
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Monitoring FTP, SFTP, and FTPS Protocols

Ensure availability to server directories, content, and files.

FTP

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the standard network protocol used to transfer files between a client and server. Monitoring your FTP servers ensures they are always online and available to your users.

SFTP

SSH File Transfer Protocol, or SFTP, is network protocol that shares some similarities to FTP, but utilizes SSH (Secure Schell protocol) to encrypt both commands and data, which FTP doesn’t use. This ensures that sensitive information cannot be transmitted openly over the network.

FTPS

FTP/SSL, also referred to as FTPS, or FTP Secure, is an extension of FTP that adds support for the Transport Layer Security, TLS, and the Secure Sockets layer, SSL, protocols. Monitoring for this protocol requires a valid SSL/TLS certificate.

FTP Over SSH

FTP over SSH performs the FTP operations over a secure shell, as long as your server supports SFTP. With FTP over SSH, the task tunnels an FTP session between the client and server.

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Verify Server Availability

Manage your organization’s usage through one single master account by splitting resources across different departments.

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Login Using a Username and Password

Manage your organization’s usage through one single master account by splitting resources across different departments.

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Execute a Directory-Listing Command

Manage access to the Dotcom-Monitor platform using your internal Active Directory structure.

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Check for Specific Files Within a Directory

Allow account access to other users or departments from across your organization, with varying permission levels.

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