The FileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform (Windows, Linux and Mac OS X) FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with lots of useful features and an intuitive graphical user interface.
It includes a site manager to store all your connection details and logins, as well as an Explorer-style interface that shows the local and remote folders and can be customized independently.
With the launch of the native Tardigrade Integration into the FileZilla client, developers can use the client configured to transfer files, point-to-point using the decentralized cloud.
Navigate to the Access page within your project and then click on Continue.
Give your new Access Grant a name.
Assign permissions to the Access Grant.
Select a Passphrase type: Either create your own Encryption Passphrase or Generate a 12-Word Mnemonic Passphrase. Make sure you save your encryption passphrase as you'll not be able to reset this after it's created.
Access Grant is generated. The Access Grant will only display once. Save this information in a password manager or wherever you prefer to store sensitive information.
To download the latest release of FileZilla, navigate to https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?show_all=1 and select the version appropriate for your operating system, then install FileZilla.
Open the Site Manager by clicking on the leftmost icon.
Select the 'New Site' option
Next, select Protocol: "Tardigrade - Decentralized Cloud Storage" from the Protocol dropdown in the "General" tab.
Now enter the Satellite and Access Grant as shown below (Entering the port is not required)
Use the Satellite URL from which you created the Access Grant.
For Access Grant please enter the Access Grant you saved above.
After you enter the above information, hit the "Connect" button, and FileZilla will connect directly to the remote site. You should see a screen showing your local site vs. Storj DCS, like so:
To upload a file to your local machine, simply drag it from the local to the remote site (on the decentralized cloud), as shown below:
To download a file to your local machine, simply drag it from the remote site to the local site, as shown below: