Anonymous FTP Access
FTP Access to Online Volumes
*Note: Most modern web browsers no longer support FTP, so an FTP client application or command line will
need to be used to download files via FTP.
FTP access to any
Geosciences Node data set can be achieved by
substituting "FTP:" for "HTTPS:" in the data
For example, from the
LCROSS web page, clicking the link to
CLIO Calibrated Data gets you to this
The FTP path to these files:
You may verify that the files you have
downloaded are intact by comparing their
checksums with the checksums of the files on
the server. You'll find a checksum file in
the root directory of each archive.
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Our FTP server supports plain FTP, anonymous access through port 21,
which is the default port used by most FTP services.
An advantage of using FTP is that you can transfer multiple
files at once, if you are using an FTP program that allows this. There are
several FTP clients available for free that do this.
FileZilla are two such
programs that we have used with success.
use SmartFTP, you will need to change a few settings so that it will work
properly with our FTP server. On the menu bar, go to Tools->Settings, then
click on the Advanced tab and uncheck the boxes for Show Hidden Files, Force
Long Format, and Resolve Links. This prevents SmartFTP from sending
unnecessary messages that our server cannot understand. If you are behind
a firewall, you may also need to go into the Settings window, click on the
Connection tab and ensure that the "Use Passive Mode" box is checked.
We have noticed that SmartFTP is not able to resume interrupted downloads when
used with certain Internet Service Providers such as Earthlink.
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