Windsor Mold Group offers FTP services to facilitate the exchange of information and data with our customers and suppliers. To begin using our FTP services, you first must start an account.
Start an Account
How to Connect
Using a Web Browser
Using the DOS FTP Client
- Using your web browser is the easiest way to interact with the FTP site. Your browser should be set to accept Cookies.
- In the address bar of your web browser, please type in:
https://ftp.windsormoldgroup.com or ftp://ftp.windsormoldgroup.com/
- You will be prompted for your user name and password.
- Your browser will next bring you your home directory.
- Any correspondence you send/receive to/from the Windsor Mold Group needs to be posted in this folder. You can simply drag and drop into or from your account folder as easily as you would move files around your computer.
- To end the session, click on your account name in the upper right hand corner and choose logout.
You can still use a simple FTP client such as the one under DOS if you prefer.
- First open a command window. Go to the C:\ prompt and type the following command:
- You will be prompted for a user name and password. In this example, replace userID with your real userID that has been assigned to you.
- Connected to ftp.windsormoldgroup.com.
220-Serv-U FTP Server v15.1 ready…
220 WMG FTP Site
User (ftp.windsormoldgroup.com:(none)): userID
331 Password required for userID.
230-Welcome to the Windsor Mold Group FTP Site
230 User userID logged in.
- At this point, you are logged into the FTP server.
- To list the contents of your account folder, use this command:
- At this point, we assume that you have some basic knowledge of the FTP process and commands. Here is a list of the more common commands used for simple file transferring:
ftp> get – Receive one file
ftp> mget – Receive multiple files
ftp> put – Send one file
ftp> mput – Gets multiple files
ftp> binary – Set binary transfer mode
ftp> ascii – Set ascii transfer mode
ftp> bye – Terminate FTP session and exit
ftp> help – Prints local help information
ftp> help – Prints help information regarding a command
There are plenty of good reference sources on the Internet if you require further help in this area.
Using an FTP Client (SFTP)
There are specialized programs that handle FTP file transfers efficiently. Instructions on using these applications vary, but all require basic information such as the server’s address and your user name and password.
User name: will be assigned to you
Password: will be assigned to you
Some applications that we have had good experience with and that are readily available over the internet are are:
- FTP995 – supports managing multiple FTP accounts
- Advanced IglooFTP – featuring concurrent downloads and FXP transfers.
- BulletProof FTP – features include automatic reconnect, resume download, and a leech mode.
- Filezilla – FTP client for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux
- FTP Explorer – supports resume, background downloading, site shortcuts, and much more.
- NcFTP – unix FTP client.
- NcFTPd – high performance FTP server for UNIX systems.
- Queue FTP – features client and download manager.
Resolving FTP Problems
If you have any questions or problems regarding our FTP services, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.