||Represents the current status of the connection. A green
checkmark indicates a ready, or idle connection. An hourglass indicates a
connection currently in the process of logging in or becoming ready. An up or
down arrow indicates uploading or downloading.
||The name of the user associated with the connection. For
Windows users, it is in an AUTHORITY\ACCOUNT form. For FTP users, it’s simply
the username. For connections not yet logged in, it’s N/A.
||The IP address of the FTP control connection.
||Downloaded during this connection.
||Uploaded during this connection.
||The IP address of the FTP data connection, if
||The path and name of the file currently being uploaded or
downloaded, if any.
||The speed of the upload or download process.
||The amount of data left from the transfer operation. Only
applies to download transfers, since the FTP protocol does not let the server
know the size of the file being uploaded in advance.
|Est. time left
||The estimated time remaining from the download
||This button kicks the user out and terminates the
||This button kicks and then bans the user from the FTP
server. Only applies to FTP users, and not to Windows users. The user’s
properties will show him as disabled on the server he was banned from.
|Ban user IP
||This option first kicks the user from the server in
question, then adds an IP filtering rule to the user object that will prevent
him from logging in again from the IP address in question. He will have the
ability to log in from other IP addresses (depending on IP filtering setup) and
the IP address will only be disabled for this user.
|Ban server IP
||This button kicks the user, and then adds an IP filtering
rule to the server object that will cause the server not to accept connections
from the IP address in question. The user will be able to log in from other IP
||Information for each server is also shown, where
||The address the attempted connection came from.
||The time when the anti-hammering ban is lifted. Users will
be able to establish connections from the IP address at this time
||Number of bad logins from the IP address.
||Clicking this button will remove the anti-hammering
information from the FTP server’s memory, thus making the IP address available
for logins, had it been locked out.