Yummy FTP is certified for use with Wasabi in FTP and FTPS mode.
The first step in using FTP is to enable this on your account from the Wasabi Console (as documented in the Wasabi Management Guide:
The following modes of FTP are supported:
- FTP (unsecure) passive mode only
- FTP over TLS Explicit
- FTP over TLS Implicit
The service URL for Wasabi FTP usage is the same as it is for S3 API usage (s3.wasabisys.com). The username and password used for FTP access are the same username and password used to access the Wasabi Management Console.
Note: FTP over SSL and SFTP (FTP over SSH) are NOT supported.
To enable FTP/FTPS:
- Slide the option to the right. The slide option is green when FTP/FTPS is enabled.
When FTP/FTPS is disabled, the option is gray:
- A message indicates that FTP/FTPS does not comply with normal IAM policies, which could be a potential security risk:
- If you want to continue to enable FTP/FTPS, enter agree in the message area and then click TOGGLE.
Note: The user name and password for FTP/FTPS usage is the same as the user name and password for the root account.
Configuring Yummy FTP:
To use Yummy FTP in FTPS (SSL/TLS) mode, please set the "Force TLS" option as shown in the screen shot below (the rest of the defaults can be left alone)
Note that this example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article.