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Title: Accessing Barney OffCampus


1
Accessing Barney Off-Campus
  • How can I get my H files when I am not on the GU
    network?
  • Business 111
  • Edward Mitchell Fall 2006

2
About Barney
  • Barney is the name given to a Server computer
    at Gonzaga.
  • Its full name is barney.gonzaga.edu
  • Inside the GU network, we can just use barney
  • Your H files (in the lab) are actually stored on
    Barney

3
How does this work?
  • When you log in to the GU network with your
    username/password, your computer automatically
    links the disk volume letter H to your
    personal file storage space on Barney.

4
Barney Can be Accessed Remotely
  • You can also access your personal files on Barney
    by using a File Transfer Protocol program
  • This is also known as FTP
  • A command-line version of FTP is built-in to
    Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems

5
Command-line vs GUI?
  • The command line is cumbersome to use so we will
    not even go there
  • However, you may find information on using FTP as
    a command line option at GU and elsewhere on the
    Internet
  • The GUI versions are much easier to use

6
FTP Basics
  • To connect to a file server using FTP you will
    need
  • 1. An FTP program to manage the file transfer
  • 2. The name of the remote server (in our case
    barney.gonzaga.edu)
  • 3. The remote server is sometimes called the
    host

7
FTP Basics
  • The user name is your regular GU log in name.
  • A password. The password is your regular GU log
    in password.
  • With this information, you can proceed to run an
    FTP file transfer program.

8
Windows Mac OS X
  • There are two popular Windows programs for
    accessing your files using FTP1. WS_FTP95 LE2.
    FileZilla
  • For Mac OS X, we will use Cyberduck

9
WS_FTP95 LE
  • WS_FTP95 LE is installed on the GU lab computers
  • But WS_FTP95 LE is no longer officially
    available.
  • (Unofficially, you can find it with Google and
    install on your Windows-based PC
  • It was designed for Windows 95 but does work on
    Windows XP

10
WS_FTP95 LE
  • If you wish, you can experiment with WS_FTP95 on
    the lab computers (or find and install on your
    own computer)
  • An online tutorial to WS_FTP95 is available here
    http//tutorial.ftpplanet.com/LE/

11
FileZilla
  • FileZilla is a free program
  • The funny name comes from the Internet browser
    known as Mozilla, which is the program that
    runs the Firefox browser
  • First, download FileZilla

12
Downloading FileZilla
  • Go here http//filezilla.sourceforge.net/
  • And click on Download at upper left
  • Choose Filezilla -DO NOT choose the Filezilla
    Server on the download page.

13
Choose FileZilla
14
Mac OS X Cyberduck
  • Go to http//cyberduck.ch/
  • And download the program (just below the download
    item is an option download a smaller,
    English-language only version)
  • We will come back to Cyberduck after covering the
    Windows FTP programs

15
Install FileZilla
  • After downloading the program to your computer,
    you must then use Windows Explorer to find the
    file (put it on the desktop for ease of access)
  • Double-click the install program to install
    FileZilla on your computer.
  • It will likely create an icon on your desktop as
    well as add itself to your Program Files menu.

16
FileZilla
17
After logging in
18
Performing a file transfer
19
Using Cyberduck
  • After downloading Cyberduck, Mac OS X will open a
    Finder window showing the files it has
    downloaded.
  • With your mouse, click, and then drag the
    Cyberduck yellow duck icon to the Applications
    folder on your Mac.

20
Launch Cyberduck
  • Double click on the Cyberduck icon in your
    Applications folder

21
To open a subfolder
22
To copy a file
23
Use Open Connection
24
Homework Exercise
  • Use FileZilla (or WS_FTP95LE or other FTP
    program) and connect to
  • ftp1.ipswitch.com
  • Log in as an anonymous user
  • Once logged in you will see a set of files and
    folders (see next page)

25
Files on FTP ServerDouble-click on ipswitch
26
Double-click on White_Papers
27
Locate file secure_ftp.pdf
28
Copy secure_ftp.pdf to your PC
  • If you double-click on the name of the file you
    wish, it will automatically transfer to the
    other file directory
  • Or, you can click on the desired file, and then
    drag your mouse to drag the file to your
    computer.
  • This capability normally works in both directions

29
Once you have secure ftp.pdf
  • Once you have secure ftp.pdf, using Windows
    Explorer, open the file by double-clicking on it.
  • The file should open in Adobe Acrobat Reader
    the standard program for reading PDF files (note
    Mac OS X will open in Preview)

30
If you need Adobe Reader
  • You can download a free copy from adobe.com.
  • Go to http//adobe.com and click on Get Adobe
    Reader
  • Download, install and then open the
    secure_ftp.pdf file.

31
Assignment40 points
  • Write a one page (no more than 1 page!) set of
    answers to these questions
  • Why is email not the best option?
  • What does HIPAA stand for?
  • Can a web browser be used for FTP? For multiple
    file transfers at once?
  • Can WS FTP Pro encrypt files?
  • Per the document, what type of firms transfer
    CAD/CAM files?
  • EMAIL your summary to appropriate address
    busn111-10 or busn111-11 _at_ coldstreams.com where
    10 or 11 corresponds to your class time
  • Use EMAIL text - do not SEND WORD document

32
Strongly Recommended
  • Use an FTP program to connect to your own file
    space on barney.gonzaga.edu
  • Transfer some files from barney to your local
    computer
  • Transfer one or more files from your computer to
    your space on barney.
  • When in lab, verify that the file you transfer is
    accessible in your H directory
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