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I can connect to VShell® with some SCP and SFTP clients but not others. Which ones does VShell support?
VShell 3.0 and later:
VShell versions 3.0 and later now have built-in SCP file transfer support. File transfer clients that only support the SCP protocol will now work with VShell without any further server side setup. Currently, server to server SCP transfers will not work due to VShell handling the transfer internally and not passing the request off to an external SCP executable.
VShell 2.6 and earlier:
VShell supports SCP and SFTP clients that use the SFTP protocol as defined in the SSH2 IETF draft. Many SCP clients, including the one that comes with OpenSSH 2.3.0, are based on the UNIX-style rcp remote copy implementation from SSH1 rather than on the SSH2 SFTP protocol.
It is possible to use OpenSSH's SFTP client with the batch mode -f batchfile to automate some transfers, although this is limited in that SFTP does not seem to perform recursive copies. It is also possible to put an open source SCP utility in your path allowing VShell to work with OpenSSH's SCP utility.
The software known as "SFTP 0.9.6", which is distributed through the http://www.xbill.org/sftp site, is not based on the IETF draft and is not supported by VShell.
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