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Use CrossFTP with Telnyx Storage
Use CrossFTP with Telnyx Storage

Learn how to set up CrossFTP, a powerful FTP client, with Telnyx Storage for seamless file transfer and management.

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Written by Telnyx Engineering
Updated over a week ago

CrossFTP is a feature-rich FTP client that lets users easily connect to FTP servers and transfer files. It provides a user-friendly interface, supports various file transfer protocols, and offers advanced features such as multi-threading, synchronization, and encryption.

How to configure CrossFTP to work with Telnyx Storage

Step 1

Download and install the latest version of CrossFTP here!

Step 2

Launch the CrossFTP application and click on "File" and then "Site Connect" to open the Site Manager window.

Site manager window.

Step 3

Select “S3” from the “Protocol” dropdown and fill in the fields with the information below:

  1. Protocol: S3/HTTPS

  2. Label: You can use whatever name as the label, maybe your nickname.

  3. Host: Copy and paste one of our available API Endpoints.

  4. Port: 433

  5. Access Key: Copy and paste your Telnyx API Key in this field.

  6. Secret: You can type out anything you want here, as long as it doesn’t include spaces, quoting, or special characters.

  7. Proxy/Firewall: Select the “Use Global Setting” option from the dropdown.

  8. Remote Path: Copy and paste the name of your bucket. You can get it here.

  9. Local Path: Choose a path from your local storage.

  10. CNAME: Leave this field blank

  11. Comments: You can add a comment to recall this connection.

    Site manager section.

Step 4

Click the "Connect" button to test the connection and verify the correct configuration.

Once the connection is successful, you can use CrossFTP to transfer files to and from Telnyx Storage.

And that’s all there is to it! We have successfully integrated CrossFTP to work with Telnyx storage for a seamless file transfer and storage experience.

Additional Resources

For more information, you can check out CrossFTP features here.

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