CesarFTP is a easy and powerful FTP Server. It supports a complete virtual file system which allows you to preserve your disk structure. It also supports ban masks, ratio and quotas, events, especially automatic processing of uploaded files.
Version: 0.99gCesarFTP is a easy and powerful FTP Server. It supports a complete virtual file system which allows you to preserve your disk structure. It also supports ban masks, ratio and quotas, events, especially automatic processing of uploaded files. It has native NT service support.
Operating System: Windows
Colored text within the log window.
You can Kick users.
You can Ban users.
You can send messages to the users.
Ability to prevent new connections occurring while keeping the previous ones active.
A very understandable and complete set of options for accounts configuration is available. You can use groups of users and configure them in the same window.
Support for download speed limitation.
You can limit the number of connected users on an account basis or global basis.
You can set Ban/Authorize access rules based on IP and/or hostname.
Support for ratios and quotas, on a file/byte/per session/all sessions basis.
Support for specific handling of events: you can make processing of uploaded files automated.
For each event, you can: set a specific answer, play a sound, or execute a command line.
Fields are provided to store specific information about users.
Use a constant number of threads to improve performance when highly loaded.
Very comprehensive browser to set up your FTP server! Selecting folders and files to share is a snap with CesarFTP. You can set up a virtual file system, which allows you not to move files on your hard disk. The access rights system allows you to fine tune the way users can access your server.
A statistic window where you can see specific information about current connections.
It can be run as a NT service.
Remote control of the server using the same interface is possible. Everything you can do on the computer where the server runs is possible on another computer.
You can fine tune the way the server logs information about the connections.