How to SFTP into your Cloud Server

This guide will show you how to use FileZilla to connect to your Cloud Server using SFTP.

First, you want to download FileZilla, which can be found at

Once you have FileZilla downloaded, you want to type in your server's IP address or domain in the "Host:" field, like below.

Then, in the "Username:" tab, input the username of your Cloud Server, like below, which is most likely root. You can find your username in an email sent to you when you created your Cloud Server.

Next, type in your password in the "Password:" tab, like below. If you are using SSH keys, skip to the next step.

If you are using a SSH key, click "Edit" then "Settings" at the top. Once done, you will see a popup like the one below.

Then, click "SFTP". You will then see a menu like below.

And lastly, click "Add key file..." Then find your SSH key and click "OK".

Then, put your SSH port, which is most likely 22 unless changed. Once done, your screen should look like the one below. Once it is, click "Quickconnect".

You will then see a popup menu like below.

Check the box that says "Always trust this host, add this key to the cache." And click "OK."

Once finished, you have connected via SFTP to your server, and will see its file system on the right, like below.

You can then drag and drop files, edit, download, and more.

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