DocumentationRumpus documentation is broken up into two primary resources. First, for details about each setting and feature found within the Rumpus application, see the help pages built into the Rumpus application itself. In addition, a series of "How To" articles describing a variety of topics are also available. These articles can be found in the "Helpful Info" folder of the Rumpus package, and are linked below as well.
Rumpus "Read Me" information on getting started quickly.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about Rumpus.
Details on changes in recent software releases.
A general discussion of FTP and networking fundamentals
Complete information on Rumpus' built-in Web file transfer server.
Use a desktop application to monitor activity and view recent file transfers.
Display forms to prompt users for information along with file uploads.
Learn how to enable the Rumpus WebDAV service and connect from Mac or PC clients.
A guide to using the OS X Firewall to improve server security.
How to provide individualized access to your Rumpus server.
Tips for maintaining a secure Rumpus file transfer server
Information about events that can be triggered when files are uploaded or downloaded.
Review current and past server activity in detail.
Using the Rumpus application to remotely manage a Rumpus server.
How to manage user accounts using the Web-based administration interface.
Details about how to secure transfers via FTPS and HTTPS.
Authenticate users with your existing Open Directory database.
Describes how to use a 3rd party virus scanner to verify uploaded files.
For users of older versions of Rumpus upgrading to the current release.