How to access your server files over FTP

Our panel allows you to access files to your server directly but in some instances FTP may be necessary or preferred, this article will go over the details on how to connect to your server via FTP.

Step 1. Installing an FTP client:

To start, you will need an FTP program in order to connect to your server. Some recommendations are:

Step 2. Retrieving your FTP login details:

  • You will first need to log into our panel via https://panel.phoenixnodes.com

  • You will then need to navigate to your server.

  • After you are on the page where the console for the server is visible, there will be a navigation link named "SFTP Settings".

  • You will then use the "Connection Address" and "Username" from this page to login via FTP.

Step 3. Logging in with FileZilla:

Please go to step 4 if you are using WinSCP.

Start off by opening up FileZilla.

  • You will be able to see a bar at the top for Quick Connections.

  • In the "Host" field, please enter the "Connection Address" from the game panel.

  • In the "Username" field, enter the "Username" from the game panel.

  • In the "Password" field, enter the same password you use to log into the game panel.

  • If it wasn't already updated, please change the port to 2028.

  • Click the "Save" button and then the "Login" button.

  • You may now access all of your server files from FileZilla!

Step 4. Logging in with WinSCP:

Please go back to step 3 if you are using FileZilla.

Start off by opening up WinSCP.

  • Click on the button labeled "New Site".

  • Set the "File Protocol" to "SFTP".

  • In the "Host Name" field, please enter the "Connection Address" from the game panel.

  • If it wasn't automatically changed, please change the port number to 2028.

  • In the "Username" field, enter the "Username" from the game panel.

  • In the "Password" field, enter the same password you use to log into the game panel.

  • Click the "Save" button and then the "Login" button.

  • You may now access all of your server files from WinSCP!