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FTP Secure for FTP server records

Suggest edit Updated on February 12, 2016

By using FTP Secure (FTPS) in an FTP Server record, you can use SSL/TLS to securely transfer files. A new Security section has been added to the Edit FTP Server configuration page for enabling and configuring FTPS.

The following features have been added to the FTP Server record:

  • Use of an authentication profile to store FTP server credentials
  • Ability to restrict the SSL/TLS version used at run time to the lowest allowable version
  • FTP server verification with the ability to load server certificates into a Truststore record
  • Pega client application verification by the FTP server with the ability to store client certificates in a Keystore record
  • Configurable data channel encryption. Data encryption is enabled by default, but may be disabled for mutual SSL or secure networks to improve performance.
  • More detailed information for test connectivity for better understanding of connection activity

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Edit FTP Server

You can view SSL/TLS status in the test connectivity results.

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Test Connectivity

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