• Regarding SFTP

    I am not a AS/400 programmer but overheard my colleagues and suggested them to use SSH. Greatly appreciated if anyone can suggest here... They have a batch job which creates a text file containing the sftp command passing IP address, username, password and the file to be transferred. I suggested...

    bijunator5 pointsBadges:
  • Error handling when using SFTP from AS/400 to Unix box

    How to handle an error when trying to remove a file that does not exist or trying to rename a file that does not exist.

    Ejaz10995 pointsBadges:
  • How to do SFTP in Lotus Script schedule agent

    Could any one give the code for SFTP in Lotus Script My requirement is to copy the file using SFTP from Unix box to win 2008 server in some xyz location. I'm able to do the FTP for same process, now I need to switch to SFTP.

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  • SFTP

    I need to transfer a file using SFTP. It's a PF with a 180 character field. When I try the put command from an iSeries library, the file goes over as binary. If I copy it to the IFS and transfer from there, it goes over as text. But, I cannot have this unencrypted file in the IFS, even temporarily....

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  • Running a script

    I have a compliance requirement to convert all FTP jobs to SFTP. However SFTP does not work on Windows 2008 server the same way it works in Unix or AS400. In windows 2008 server, when you send a file via SFTP, it can only place it on local hard drive of that server. Currently, our production 'XYZ'...

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  • SFTP using Get with variable file name

    I am unable to use SFTP with a 'get' on a file that has a date variable in the file name using wildcard characters. I have attempted using an asterik as a wild card for the date and I have tried using question marks for the date characters in the file name. I get the error message 'no such file...

    persichr10 pointsBadges:
  • ISERIES SFTP

    SFTP software iSeries Windows Server?

    carlosjavier10 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP on I-Series V5.4 with a different port than 22

    Dear team, We are connecting our I-Series machine V5.4 with a Linux server using SFTP but the port enabled in the Linux server is 586, non the port 22. Please can you tell us what is the format for the instruction in a batch mode in order to use the port 586 instead the port 22? We are using: CALL...

    hmsolrac7780 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieve remote directory listing via QSH

    Hello,I have a CL function which sends a .ZIP file to our client via SFTP.I have retrieved the size of the .ZIP from our IFS by using QSH to 'ls -l' the details and redirect this output to a data area from which I can extract the size. I now need to retrieve the size of the same file from our...

    Miffo170110 pointsBadges:
  • I have enabled sftp between iseries servers, is it possible to conifgure sftp between iseries server and windows

    We have users moving objects from iseries to windows and viceverso. Need to secure them using sftp. Is it possible.? If yes, can i have the steps to configure the same.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • 2nd Pair of SSH Keys

    I need to create second pair of SSH Keys for a User Profile ,Which has already working SSH Keys. If i normally do with SSH KEYGEN -T RSA ,i believe it will overwrite the existing environment and set new keys...Could You Please Advise me how to do this ?

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Can we do SFTP transfer of files between iseries and Windows.

    Can we do SFTP transfer of files between iseries and Windows. Need the steps to configure the same.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • Can i use SFTP to transfer files between two iseries servers.

    Can i use sftp to transfer files between two iseries servers.What are the steps to be followed to configure sftp.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries SFTP

    How do you setup for secured FTP? Can the process be automated like normal FTP?

    Mitchb145 pointsBadges:
  • how to do SFTP on AS400 to UNIX given http:// address

    I am given a http://  address and would like to send file to that address from the AS400.  Was told I can use SFTP. What is the syntax.  

    Kongking5 pointsBadges:
  • Does sFTP works for SNDDST command

    Currently our business is modifying all existing interface (From IBM V5R4M0) with Windows server to replace FTP by sftp. Our Question is -- whether SNDDST works even after we covert from FTP to sFTP, if there exists any issue what would be the alternate IBM command which works along with sFTP

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  • use SFTP to transfer file to INTERNAL READER

    Can I use WinSCP SFTP client on windows to transfer files to and from the JES. in FTP it is used like this: quote site filetype=jes which allows me to PUT JOB into the INternal reader or GET OUTPUT from the OUTPUT HELD QUEUE. Thanks for any hint. J.

    Irmiyhoo5 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP using port number 10022

    Hi, Can someone please explain me the differene between port number 10022 and 22 for implementing SFTP transfer. Which port is preferrable and why?

    DeepikaR115 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP on AS/400

    sftp on the AS400. Gilbert Martin seems to be the master of this sftp thing. my email is ekaradsheh@edicom-ias.com if you can email me that article it would be great.

    Emadkaradsheh105 pointsBadges:
  • Posts SFTP

    When you run the SFTP command from Qshell iseries mode I am presented with the following message: Connecting to 10.100.3.9 ... No user can not access! This message occurs with all users but a few. I want to know what caused this message, thanks

    Hueso9845 pointsBadges:

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