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SSCN FTP command

Updated May 4, 2017

Overview

This article provides information on Set Secured Client Negotiation (SSCN) FTP command.

Specifies how the server should negotiate secure connection for FXP.

Environment

All Serv-U versions

Detail

The SSCN command allows the client to tell the server to use a secured connection when transferring files directly between servers via FXP. Traditionally, FXP transfers are sent in an unsecured format, with data and credentials sent in the clear. Using the SSCN command allows the servers involved in the transfer to secure credentials and the files transferred.

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