CyberDuck Has Nifty Features For Accessing Many Cloud Storage Services. Here is How to Upload Files to KeyCDN PUSH Zone With CyberDuck. We have older guide for using Cyberduck to access Rackspace Cloud Files. This is very easy work, however not all users are used with CyberDuck. If you are not using KeyCDN, you can register from here. You will get $10 in credits for signing up. There is no other charge for a month.
Why We Will Upload Files to KeyCDN PUSH Zone With CyberDuck?
There is FileZilla and other SFTP or FTP tools. Then why we need to know how to upload files to KeyCDN PUSH zone with CyberDuck? First, CyberDuck is a Free Tool licensed under GNU GPL. Second, the interface matches with minimalistic OS X design. Third, once the bookmark is created, there are easy features to access the drive again later. Forth, we can drag drop files from other cloud storage to KeyCDN. Fifth, FileZilla’s Icon is red icon as if it indicates that there is risk. FileZilla is powerful but so heavy application is not needed for only CDN.
How to Upload Files to KeyCDN PUSH Zone With CyberDuck
Download CyberDuck from here (if not already downloaded) :
If you have not, create a PUSH Zone from KeyCDN’s client area. Open CyberDuck Application. Click the Add bookmark icon (+). Here is a screenshot in that situation :
Connection will be FTP-SSL. FTP URL is
ftp.keycdn.com. Username is of your KeyCDN account. Password prompt will appear after saving it and connecting.
How to Upload Files to KeyCDN PUSH Zone With CyberDuck Command Line Tool
CyberDuck has a CLI tool :
For OS X with HomeBrew, the command will be :
brew install duck
For Ubuntu (server or desktop) we can install by first adding the repo on
/etc/apt/sources.list file :
deb https://s3.amazonaws.com/repo.deb.cyberduck.io nightly main
deb https://s3.amazonaws.com/repo.deb.cyberduck.io stable main
Then running :
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys FE7097963FEFBE72
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install duck
to get help. To list files run :
duck --list ftps://firstname.lastname@example.org/
You can add additional connection profiles (read Boomark) in
~/Library/Application Support/Cyberduck/Profiles for OS X and
~/.duck in GNU/Linux.