Share and Retrieve Files on the Clarion Network ("Jupiter" space)
Description and Download Information:
FileZilla is a free open source file transfer protocol (FTP) client that is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
If you would like to know more about this program click [HERE].
If you would like to see more detailed documentation or FileZilla "installation instructions: click [HERE]
You can download FileZilla for your particular Operating System by clicking [HERE]
The following is an sample installation under Windows XP operating system. To find FileZilla's installation instructions for "all supported OS's" click [HERE]
1. Download and save the installation file to your local computer
2. Run the .exe file you just downloaded (Note: you will need to be an administrator on your computer to install this program)
3. After accepting the license agreement you will be asked if you wish to allow "Anyone who uses this computer" or just "Only for me" (this is your choice)
4. Select default option prompts (click Next) until you begin to actually install the program to your computer, then click "Finish" when done.
5. The program has now been installed on your computer.
To use FileZilla to access the Jupiter server, use these settings:
1. Enter the following information in the "Host" field: sftp://jupiter.clarion.edu
2. Enter your Username which is your iClarion username (i.e. s_username):
3. Entery your Password which is your iClarion password
4. Leave the Port blank
5. Now, click the "Quickconnect" button
6. When the following message window appears make sure to check the box that says "Always trust this host, and this key to the cache" then click "OK" button.
Note: Your Jupiter files and folders appear on the right side (also called the Remote Site) and your local computer (the one your using right now) is on the left (also called the Local Site).
7. To copy files between the two locations (your local computer and your "Jupiter" data storage location) you simply navigate to the appropriate folders and drag and drop the files in the proper destination folder. (Right window to left window or left windows to right window)