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FTP.NIFC.GOV - SOUTHWEST
NOTE:  This page assumes you have a NAP account and been granted approval for access to the FTP.NIFC.GOV site.  If not, you can get started by going to the Getting Started page.
Southwest Area
  • USING THE SITE
    • FTP.NIFC.GOV is a file server for sharing interagency wildland fire incident data and documents between incident responders and supporting personnel. It is an interagency government system, and as such is subject to IT security regulations, rules, and guidelines. This service is intended for short-term interagency sharing, not as a file archive or records repository. Files should not be placed here with any expectation of longevity. As the site is developed, automated cleaning of files may be implemented with notice given through the change management site. Write and read access is available to authorized users using FTP over SSL. Read access to controlled folders will also be available over to authorized users with valid login credentials over the web using HTTPS. Read access to a specific subset of publicly-viewable folders folders is available with no password over the web using HTTP.

  • SW - GACC Incident Specific and GACC Support Folders
    • SETTING UP THE FTP PROGRAM:
      • To upload data from an incident (or unit) to the SW GACC Incident Specific folder or download/upload/view IAP's *** from the GACC Support folder, a NAP account and an FTP program are required.
      • Below are two suggested FTP Programs available:
    • *** NOTE:
      • Incident Action Plans (IAP) can be posted to the SW - GACC Incident Specific Folder, but the file (i.e. IAP document) will need to be a password protected file (See NMAC Letter of August 14, 2007).
      • Otherwise, IAP's will need to be posted to the SW - GACC Support folder.

  • FREQUENTLY ASKED PASSWORDS

  • NAP PASSWORD
    • The NAP password will expire and need to be changed every 60-days.
    • If your password expires, you will need to update it via the NAP Login page.

 

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