Once again, we're attempting to use SFTP (yes, the one in SSH) to connect to
a business partner's server. I've done the ssh-keyscan and have gotten
their public key (I think) and have done ssh-keygen and created my
private/public keys (I think). Do they have to install my public key on
their server?

When I 'call qp2term' and enter 'sftp myuserid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx', I get the
following response:

Connecting to ftp.theirserver.com...
Permission denied, please try again.
Permission denied, please try again.
Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic,password).
Connection closed

I presume that I'm connected but don't have access to something on their
end. Are the 3 'permission denied' messages a result of a 'retry' or do I
not have access to 3 things or what?

The business partner knows less about SFTP than I do (if that's possible),
so they're no help.



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