Here in this article, you will find a free and easy way, MultCloud, a web-based cloud file transfer manager tool, to help backup FTP to Google Drive. Using this method, it will save you a lot of time because it offers the simplest operations and super-fast transfer speed.
Can I FTP to Google Drive Directly?
“I have some websites that I need to back up daily, right now I have to go to my FTP every day to grab the backup then upload it to Google Drive. But is there any more convenient way to do it?”
Have you met the same problem above? We all know it’s a time-consuming job to upload manually if there are lots of files that need to upload to Google Drive. So, is there any way that can copy from FTP to Google Drive directly? Sure, the answer is “Yes”. You can backup from FTP to Google Drive with the help of MultCloud.
How to Backup FTP to Google Drive with MultCloud?
MultCloud, as a FREE and professional cloud to cloud file backup service, which can not only back up FTP and WebDave protocols but also back up files from one cloud to other clouds directly without using downloading and uploading methods.
Currently, it supports more than 30 cloud drives including Google Drive, G Suite, Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Flickr, etc. Of Course, FTP and WebDav are also included.
Let’s take a closer look to see how it works.
Step 1. Create one MultCloud account. Or you can create a temp account to test it via “Experience without signing up” option.
Step 2. Click on “Add Clouds” and select FTP to Add.
When adding a FTP account to MultCloud, make sure it has read and write permissions.
If you are unable to access your FTP, add 184.108.40.206/19 and 220.127.116.11/24 into the firewall whitelist.
Step 3. Follow the same way to add Google Drive to MultCloud.
Step 4. Backup FTP to Google Drive with “Cloud Transfer”. After adding your FTP and Google Drive account to MultCloud, click on “Cloud Transfer”, select FTP as the source, select Google Drive as the destination, click on “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
For “Cloud Transfer”, it can backup entire FTP as the source. If you want to back up some folders only, you need to select folders that need to back up as the source. You may need to know that “Cloud Transfer” does not support transferring files. If you want to transfer files only, it’s recommended you use the “Cloud Explorer” feature.
If you want to back up files from FTP to Google Drive regularly, you could enable “Schedule” so MultCloud can run your task as planned. Currently, “Schedule” can help you set up an automatic task in Once/Daily/Weekly and Monthly mode.
For a premium account, MultCloud uses 10 threads to transfer files at once. If you want to test the super-fast speed, you could also upgrade your account to a premium account.
As you can see, backing up FTP to Google Drive is really easy with MultCloud. After following the above steps, you may find MultCloud has not asked you to install any apps on your computer. Just with one account, it can help you achieve backing up, transferring or syncing files across cloud drives with its “Cloud Transfer” and “Cloud Sync” feature.