Neomesh FTP is an easy to use FTP Client. It allows you to download and upload files from a FTP server. Neomesh FTP supports all of the options that you would find in many other FTP clients including firewall settings, file queuing, UNIX chmod, recursive transfers, recursive deletions and much more. Try the fully functioning download for yourself.
Neomesh FTP can be setup to connect to a server anonymously or using user authentication. Neomesh FTP is easy to use but advanced options can be set for the more professional user. In the settings window you can select passive transfer mode and connect to a remote server through 5 different firewall types. Settings can be tweaked down to the buffer level.
New connections can be created for anonymous or user authenticated connections. You can enter comments and select an icon for each connection.
Basic settings include anonymous email address, keep alive time, fail and success sounds, and auto transfer types.
Along with the basic settings, more advanced settings include the ability for passive transfers, firewall settings, buffer settings, bound settings and timeouts.
User Site, Site, Open, User Pass and Transparent firewalls can be used with Neomesh FTP. Proxy address, port, username and password can be set for the firewall authentication.
The read and write buffers can also be set. Advance users should only change these options.
The main window is split up into 4 sections including Menu, Local System, Remote Server and Status. The Status window is split up into a further 6 different tabs.
The first tab is the main status window. This displays the connection status, transfer type and what to do if a file already exists on the local system. You can also see how far you are through a transfer. The box on the right displays the interaction between the local system and the remote server.
The performance tab displays a graph showing how the connection is performing while doing large transfers.
The Queue tab shows the queue for the current transfer. Neomesh FTP builds a queue of files before transferring. This provides better user feedback and in most cases can speed the transfer between the local system and the remote server.
The Log tab displays the result of a transfer whether it is successful, have a warning, or if there is an error.
The server Info tab displays the FTP server’s information.
The worktop tab is a handy tool for editing files when you are connected to an FTP server. This tool allows you to drag a file or folder from the FTP server into the worktop, edit as you need and then drag it back to the server.