FreeWay FTP – added 12/18/2008
FreeWay FTP is both an FTP server as well as an FTP client, but not a client that you are used to in the PC environment. The client uses a feature specified in RFC959 that enables any client to have control connections to more than one server (not just one as what is usually the case), with data connections being established between the two servers only (not via your PC), thus file transfer takes place directly between the two servers on the shortest route between them.
Fastream IQ Web/FTP Server – added 9/30/2008
Fastream IQ Web/FTP Server is a secure and ultra-fast Web and FTP server suite with HTTP/XML remote admin, virtual network folders, storage quotas, GZip compression, SSL encryption, bandwidth limits, built-in HTTP folder management together with fast directory and file cache. Controlled through a remote controller interface, IQWF has the best possible performance under Windows operating system platform with support for multi-core CPUs.
ALFTP – added 9/30/2008
ALFTP is an easy FTP client for beginners with a speedy interface for power-users. And with the built in ALFTP FTP Server, you can easily share files with friends and family.
Auto Ftp v2 – added 11/16/2007
Auto Ftp v2 is the new big brother of the original Auto Ftp. It can perform multiple ftp sessions simultaneously (fully multi-threaded). You can choose between straight file copy or synchronisation in either direction (local to remote or remote to local). Sessions can be started manually, timed, change triggered or daisy chained. Multiple sessions can be started from the command line making it a great batch file tool. Now you can have as many upload or download ftp sessions as you like configured and ready to go with one click.
SolarWinds – added 10/16/2007
SolarWinds free TFTP Server is a multi-threaded TFTP server commonly used to upload and download executable images and configurations to routers and switches. The free TFTP Server runs on most Microsoft operating system, including Windows XP, Vista, 2000, and 2003. Some of the more notable features of the SolarWinds free TFTP Server include: Advanced Security â€“ allows you to specify an IP address or range of IP addresses that are authorized to use the TFTP Server. Additional parameters can limit usage to only send or only receive files via the TFTP Server and multi-threaded mode which enables you to concurrently upload and download images from multiple network devices. This powerful feature saves valuable time when managing a complex network with many devices.
FireFTP – added 2/5/2007
FireFTP is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers.
Tftpd32 – added 1/31/2007
Tftpd32 includes DHCP, TFTP, SNTP and Syslog servers as well as a TFTP client. The TFTP client and server are compatible with TFTP option support (tsize, blocksize and timeout), which allows for faster data transfers. Some extended features such as directory facility, security tuning, interface filtering; progress bars and early acknowledgments enhance usefulness and throughput of the TFTP protocol for both client and server. And the included DHCP server provides automatic or static IP address assignment.
Web Site Publisher – added 1/29/2007
Web Site Publisher is an intelligent FTP publishing tool which will publish the web site you develop on your computer to the web. Web Site Publisher only uploads files that need updating, either because they are new or have been edited, deletes files from the web site that no longer exist in the source directory, and can also update more than one web site (on different servers).
FTP Shortcut – added 10/18/2006
FTP Shortcut is a small utility to make FTP Shortcuts easier to create and modify, using the standard Windows shell command to open FTP sites in normal ‘explorer’ windows. Passwords are always hidden and the files containing them are encrypted, making it a little more secure. Ideal for those wishing to use their normal browser to access FTP sites.
FTPEdit – added 10/12/2006
FTPEdit allows you to locally open, edit, and save a file on a remote FTP server without having to first download the file with a separate FTP program.
File Uploader – added 9/13/2006
File Uploader is a small command-line tool which allows the uploading of one or many files (wildcards allowed) to a Web server (POST or PUT methods) or to a FTP server. It can be easily inserted in a script or a batch file to automate file uploading.
BatchTransfer – added 4/22/2006
BatchTransfer is a Windows Explorer shell extension that allows you to transfer files in a batch. You simply select a number of files, right click and pick BatchTransfer to add files to a transfer queue. You just keep adding files to the queue until you have all the files you want to transfer (copy or move) and then pick a destination in BatchTransfer’s dialog (recent destinations are, of course, remembered).