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Topic review - How to use ftpproxy in a script
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Post subject: Re: How to use ftpproxy in a script  |  Post Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2015 7:15 pm
See the reply at https://forum.ivorde.com/how-to-use-ftpproxy-in-a-unix-script-t19772.html#p26693.
Post subject: How to use ftpproxy in a script  |  Post Posted: Fri Feb 20, 2015 1:24 pm
Hello,
We have a vendor who doesn't use sftp so we have to setup a ftp connection and encrypt the file. At the command prompt on a unix server I can type the following, ftp ftpproxy <enter>; userid@host <enter>; password <enter> and I'm connected. How can I add this to a script?

Thanks

Jean
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