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[gftp] SSL - SSH - How?
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- Subject: [gftp] SSL - SSH - How?
- From: Jack Heller <kb7no@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 13:27:02 -0700
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I have been scratching my head for several days over this issue. I have a
website on ATT Worldnet and can' talk to it since I upgraded to high speed
DSL connection. Dial up used to work OK with gftp. Now it refuses connect
from an "unsecure" user.
I have read many FAQs with seemingly vague statements, but no answer I can
apply. I prefer to use the gftp as it is user friendly in every other way.
To experiment, I used a Windows program, Smart FTP, and it has an automatic
Certificate generator which seemed to be a plus but found there was still a
problem in that I needed to set the connect protocol to
FTP over SSL (Implicit)
Did that and it made connect and I could view files. Downloading was clumsy,
but I learned two things.
I need to geerate a certificate for gftp and to emulate "SSL Implicit"
So . . . Please help . . . Thanks in advance, Jack