With an intuitive drag-and-drop interface, FTP Voyager lets you update a Web site with a single click, transfer files directly between FTP servers, resume interrupted downloads, and perform advanced file searches while doing other FTP tasks.
FTP Voyager is an FTP client that allows you to transfer files from internet or network servers to your computer.
The FTP Site Profile Manager makes it easy for you to add your own FTP sitest. You can also import your FTP sites from many other FTP applications for use in FTP Voyager.
FTP Voyager supports secure connections using SSL and SSH.
Additional features include auto ASCII/Binary transfer selection, advanced file filtering, folder shortcuts, clipboard URL monitoring, and dial on demand. You can also queue your downloads for later.
By adding files to download to a queue, you can continue on with your FTP tasks and start the download queue when you're finished.
This saves you time and saves on your connection's bandwidth while you have other FTP tasks to complete.
Using the built-in FTP Scheduler, you can schedule all of your routine tasks, such as backing up and updating web sites, to take place at the time that is most convenient for you.
FTP Scheduler is capable of uploading, downloading, synchronizing folders, and deleting files/folders.
FTP Scheduler will even dial your Internet connection for you! Using a familiar Windows interface, people who have never used FTP before will feel at ease with FTP Voyager.
Likewise, advanced FTP users will find all the advanced features they need within FTP Voyager.
Download FTP Voyager from RhinoSoft.com today and find out why FTP Voyager beat out the competition and is the 2000 Shareware Industry Award winner for Best Internet Enhancement or Utility.
With free e-mail technical support and a year of free program updates included with an FTP Voyager purchase, you're guaranteed to stay ahead of the competition with the RhinoSoft.com development team there to help you along the way.
Here are some key features of "FTP Voyager":
· On-the-fly compression
· FTP Voyager 11.1 and Serv-U 5.1 implement on-the-fly data socket compression using an extension to the FTP protocol called MODE Z.
· Automatic Time Zone Support
· Added Automatic Time Zone adjustments when connecting to Serv-U servers. FTP Voyager will automatically adjust file dates and times to local dates and times if connecting to a Serv-U server.
· SFTP Through SSH2(FTP Voyager only)
· Connect to UNIX servers running SSH (Secure SHell). SFTP, unlike standard FTP, is a secure protocol that uses a single, encrypted connection, to perform all operations.
· Secure FTP (FTPS) Using SSL
· FTP Voyager and Serv-U both support SSL, the same level of encryption supported by your web browser, to protect your data. When using SSL your data is encrypted so that prying eyes cannot see it, and your confidential information is protected.
· Accurate Time & Date Stamping
· When a file is uploaded through an FTP client, the time and date is usually set to the time of upload. When FTP Voyager connects to Serv-U, the local time and date stamp are retained automatically.
· Status of Server to Server Transfers
· FTP Voyager displays the status of server to server transfers when the source or destination server is Serv-U 2.4b or greater.
· Extended Directory Listings
· FTP Voyager automatically uses "Extended" directory listings for complete and accurate listings. UNIX style servers don't show the file times on files 6 months old or older.
· Password Encryption
· FTP Voyager and Serv-U are the only FTP client and server that for Windows that use S/Key password encryption. When enabled only encrypted passwords are transferred over the Internet, protecting your valuable data even more.
· Change Server Passwords
· FTP Voyager has the ability to change user passwords on Serv-U.
· Pentium 4
· 256MB Ram
· 50MB free disk space
· 30-day trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Updated End-User License Agreement
· Corrected a bug where attempting to rename or delete a folder from the right-click context menu of the tree in a remote browser caused FTP Voyager to navigate to that location, which could cause the rename or delete operation to fail.
· Corrected a bug where FTP Voyager did not log proper information about the error encountered when it is unable to open a local file for writing during a download operation. The information logged errorneously stated that the operation completed successfully.
· Corrected a rare bug where FTP Voyager could crash while navigating the local directory structure.
· Corrected a bug with FTP servers where attempting to delete a directory that is the user's current working directory would fail on servers that prevent this scenario.
· Corrected a Scheduler bug introduced in 126.96.36.199 where left-clicking the "Add" action button using Internet Explorer 8 didn't display the menu to choose an action to create....