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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: No Version
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Installer
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      Description

      This is related to ACT 1855

      A potential customer would be interested in having a SFTP implementation of JLAN:

      SSH file transfer protocol (SFTP)
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSH_file_transfer_protocol

      Note: another way of securing FTP would be:
      FTPS (commonly referred to as FTP/SSL)
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FTPS

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          Steve Rigby added a comment -

          This is in 3.4 Community

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          Steve Rigby added a comment - This is in 3.4 Community
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          Avin Sijariya added a comment -

          Thanks Steve...will this require any configuration other then Similar as FTP configuration...also will it work on same FTP port or any other port will be required to be open...

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          Avin Sijariya added a comment - Thanks Steve...will this require any configuration other then Similar as FTP configuration...also will it work on same FTP port or any other port will be required to be open...
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          Gary Spencer added a comment -

          There is some information on the FTP server properties required to enable FTPS support here - http://wiki.alfresco.com/wiki/File_Server_Subsystem#FTP_Server_Configuration

          You need to follow the instructions for setting up the keystore and truststore files, via the Java6 JSSE Reference Guide link on the Wiki page. That will give you the values required for the ftp.keyStore, ftp.trustStore and ftp.passphrase values.

          You can force all connections to use FTPS by setting ftp.requireSecureSession=true.

          There's debug output that can be enabled by setting the 'SSL' debug flag via ftp.sessionDebug=SSL, and enabling the log4j.logger.org.alfresco.fileserver=debug log4j output.

          The FTPS support runs over the same socket as normal connections, the connection is switched into SSL mode at the request of the client, this is usually done before the username/password is sent. The client can switch the socket back to plaintext mode using the 'CCC' command.

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          Gary Spencer added a comment - There is some information on the FTP server properties required to enable FTPS support here - http://wiki.alfresco.com/wiki/File_Server_Subsystem#FTP_Server_Configuration You need to follow the instructions for setting up the keystore and truststore files, via the Java6 JSSE Reference Guide link on the Wiki page. That will give you the values required for the ftp.keyStore, ftp.trustStore and ftp.passphrase values. You can force all connections to use FTPS by setting ftp.requireSecureSession=true. There's debug output that can be enabled by setting the 'SSL' debug flag via ftp.sessionDebug=SSL, and enabling the log4j.logger.org.alfresco.fileserver=debug log4j output. The FTPS support runs over the same socket as normal connections, the connection is switched into SSL mode at the request of the client, this is usually done before the username/password is sent. The client can switch the socket back to plaintext mode using the 'CCC' command.
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          Gary Spencer added a comment -

          Just added some instructions on how to enable FTPS support.

          Re-assign the issue back to me if you need any more details on how to get things running.

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          Gary Spencer added a comment - Just added some instructions on how to enable FTPS support. Re-assign the issue back to me if you need any more details on how to get things running.
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          Alfresco QA Team added a comment -

          Successfully validated FTPS on The same error occurs on Alfresco Community 3.4.0.3127,
          (Win2k8x64, MySQL 5.1.39, Tomcat 6.0.18, jre 1.5.0.17, Windows XP, FF3.6)
          Test-cases are created.

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          Alfresco QA Team added a comment - Successfully validated FTPS on The same error occurs on Alfresco Community 3.4.0.3127, (Win2k8x64, MySQL 5.1.39, Tomcat 6.0.18, jre 1.5.0.17, Windows XP, FF3.6) Test-cases are created.

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              Reporter:
              Alex Madon
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