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Instructions On How To Use PuTTY with Dreamweaver

Change host name

  • Using the category on the right, select "Tunnels."
  • Add a new forwarded port for www.usm.edu as shown in the below screenshot.

Add new forwarded port

  • Once added, remove the existing forwarded port (www.usm.edu:21) as shown in the below screenshot.

Remove existing forwarded port

  • Verify that the only forwarded port listed is www.usm.edu:21 as shown below.

Remove existing forwarded port

  • Using the category on the right, select "Session" and select "Save."

Connect to server

  • Connect to the server, www.usm.edu, by selecting "Open."

Connect to the server
You have to be connected to the server via PuTTY before you can transfer FTP files to the server.

  • Start Dreamweaver.
  • In the Site menu, select "Define Sites" as shown below.

Define Sites

  • Select "Edit" to edit an existing site.

Edit existing site

  • In the "Remote Info" category, type 127.0.0.1 as the FTP Host. Be sure to check "Use Passive FTP" and select "OK."

Remote Info

  • You should now be able to transfer FTP files to and from the server with Dreamweaver

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