You can connect to your Mammoth Volume via FTP and SSH.
To connect to your Mammoth Volume via FTP you need an FTP client. We advise the usage of FileZilla, which can be downloaded for free from this page.
It is necessary to enter a couple of settings in FileZilla before you can connect:
If you do not have this information at hand, you can find a step-by-step on how to find these details here
To connect via FTP you will need to enter a port number, in addition to hostname, user en password you can find in your control panel. You can enter the number "21" for port number. In FileZilla there is also the option to leave the port field completely empty. FileZilla will automatically fallback to it's default port 21 in this case, resulting in the exact same.
When you have entered all the necessary details, you click the button "Quick connect", and FileZilla will make a connection with your Mammoth Volume.
You can now manage the content of this volume in a regular way.
You can also connect to your Mammoth Volume via SSH. To do so you can use the exact same login details as are used for a FTP connection.
The usage of SSH requires more (technical) knowledge then the usage of FTP, where the management can be done in a graphical environment. Because of this we advice you to only use SSH when your knowledge to do so is sufficient.