Our parent corp has some software for blocking what they call "non
work related sites". Yours is not the first I've had issues with.
I did get a copy of the pdf and looks pretty straight forward. I took
this class with you at Common several years ago. Just never had
the requirement to implement. Thanks for the response.
btw - the only reason I did ftp on port 22 to this site was to verify
they really meant SFTP. I've had specs before that were mislabelled.
Also, this does have user & password in the specs. I see in your
presentation this is not the preferred method, but it is what it is.
These specs are standard for all the companies reporting to this
state government agency (site & specs hosted by a contractor).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Klement" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Midrange Systems Technical Discussion" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 8:42 PM
Subject: Re: sftp
My web site for OpenSSH is working for me. Can you try again?
You say you tried just using 'just ftp connection on port 22'. This is
not valid, you need to use an SFTP client. SFTP is actuallly an
"FTP-lookalike" front-end for SSH. So under the covers it uses a
completely different network protocol than FTP.... there's no way FTP
will work, here.
IBM provides a port of the OpenSSH product for IBM i. OpenSSH is a
cross-platform tool available for Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac, and IBM i
(via PASE) and is used in 85% of the SSH implementations on the Internet.
So, it's a very mainstream approach.
The page on my web site should explain how to use it...
On 6/24/2014 8:56 AM, Jim Franz wrote:
I have a sftp to setup (today) on i but no mention of keys in spec.
Have user/password, and this stmt "Connection SFTP (port 22)"
when I try just ftp connection on port 22, get response
I tried to reach scottklement.com/openssh but site not responding
Our normal sftp is thru win server but tech's wife had baby this morning.
Need these 3 steps
connect > send
connect > dir > (to a log file to determine if new file to get
connect > get
Any pointers appreciated.
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