Most likely you do not have the UNIX SSL certificate in your certificate
store on the iSeries. You need to get the Unix certificate to your
iSeries. I usually point my IE browser to the FTP site by specifying
the usl with port 21. HTTPS://FTP.SERVER.URL:21

You will not get much but you should then be able to view the
certificate by clicking on the lock icon within your browser. You want
to save the certificate to your desktop, also include the CA
certificate. (most likely you will only need the CA certificate.) I
think you want to save in the BER format but I am not sure. Check the
archives for importing CA Certificates for more info.

Chris Bipes
Director of Information Services
CrossCheck, Inc.

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Michael Ryan

Sigh...losing my mind with SFTP from an iSeries to a Unix box. My
Tectia client PC accesses the Unix box fine - I'm not able to make it
work from the iSeries. I've been trying to use an unattended using
information from:
Document Number: 386077821
Functional Area: Communications-TCP
Subfunctional Area: Security
Sub-Subfunctional Area: OpenSSH
OS/400 Release: V5R3M0
Product: PORTABLE UTILITIES FOR I5/OS (5733SC101)
Product Release: N/A

But no joy. Right now I'd just like to make a connection to the Unix
box manually. Any one get this to work recently - attended or
unattended? Any hints?


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