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Need help with FTP to SFTP tunnel/bridge using MindTerm (2 posts)
- Started 10 years ago by jowhakica
- Latest reply 10 years ago from Jim Matthews
Our ISP requires that our FTP access be secure. We've been using MacSFTP (www.macssh.com), but some tweak at their end has made that client unusable. A technician at the ISP has recommended AppGate's "MindTerm", available at info-center.ccit.arizona.edu/~consult/mac-mindt.html#mindt-inst.
I have followed its installation intructions, and its instructions for running Fetch through a tunnel set up by MindTerm, both on the mac-mindt.html page and on mac-fetch.html.
However the connection is not working. MindTerm sees Fetch's request, and logs it as
** SSH2Channel : 'open confirmation, ch. #1, init-winsz = 0, max-pktsz = 32768'
and Fetch reports "Error: the server dropped the connection (it may be too busy)." The transcript gives no more information:
Connecting to 127.0.0.1 port 21 (4/24/03 12:45:19 PM)
I would gladly accept:
Suggestions for making Fetch work with MindTerm
Suggestions for other SSH clients that Fetch can tunnel with
Here are my details:
Fetch version 4.0.2, Mac OS 9.2.2
Shortcut definition (as per MindTerm's instructions):
Name= ftp tunnel
Yes: Use Internet Config
Yes: Display server messages
Yes: Keep connections active
Yes: Use passive mode transfers
Proxy type= None
(Other proxy fields are blank)
Yes: Use "Type I"; Translate ISO chars; Show New Connection at startup.
No: all others
Obscure Options: all unselected
Yes: Warn before cleartext password; Kerberos v5 tickets; dummy password; GSS channel bindings
No: Warn before insecure password; Check protection level.
Jim Matthews Administrator
I have not used the MindTerm SFTP gateway, but I can point you to instructions on using Fetch with MacSSH:
Let me know if that does not help.
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