MFT supports file transfers via SFTP. Often MFT customers receive a public key from their partners and want to use them to receive files via SFTP. This blog describes the setup required to enable such an MFT flow that would receive files from partners using key-based authentication.
MFT includes an embedded SFTP server. We will configure it with the supplied public key to receive files from remote partners. Upon receipt of a file, a simple MFT transfer will initiate and place the file in a pre-defined directory within the local filesystem.
The overall solution consists of the following steps:
The following sections will walk through the details of individual steps. The environment consists of the following machines:
To generate a private-public key pair, we use the command-line tool ssh-keygen. The tool creates 2 files for private and public key. For our purposes in this exercise, we will only be using the public key by copying it to the MFT machine from here. As a common practice, all the key files are saved in $HOME/.ssh directory. A transcript of a typical session is shown below. Read the complete article here.
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