Just to get some clarity here, HEAT support FTP and FTPs. The latter being FTP over SSL.
SFTP however is the SSH spec, and there is a general misconception that it is the same as FTPS. Just to be sure we are on the same page, did you mean they are using FTPS or are we talking about SSH?
Well I want to use what Data Import Connections propose : Secure FTP (SSH)
When I test the connection with FileZilla for example (using SFTP - SSH File Transfer Protocol), I am able to connect using a specific port (not the standard 22 one).
As you can't specify the port in Heat, it won't work.
What I wanted to know : is there a way to specify this port, now or in a future version of Heat?
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Ah, you did try the SSH option, was just checking you aren't trying to use ftp with SSL on an SFTP server (You will be amazed how many people make the mistake).
As for the port, yes, I also cannot connect to anything than 22.
Thank you for your reply
When will Ivanti / Heat offer an SFTP option. Our organization is security oriented and does not want to open a bunch of extra ports on our firewall. FTPS requires many ports to be opened.
When will Ivanti be offering a modern more widely accepted SFTP option to meet our organizational security requirements?
ISM on version 2018.3.1 seems supoorts SFTP
My Customer is using a different one, and I can't find anything to specify the Port.
I tried to add the port in the Server Name field with no sucess
I cannot use a specific port in the server Name. I still have an error
System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (HRESULT:0x80004005) : A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond
Any ideas please ?
Thanks so much