Re: Problems with sftp
From: Max Gregis (email@example.com)
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 16:08:12 +0200 From: Max Gregis <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "Albert E. Whale, CISSP" <aewhale@ABS-CompTech.com>
I experienced, in some cases with some ftp client, it happen the same
thing and no relevant logs messages were present.
For obtaing some log messages i tried to put these entris in my SSHD_CONFIG file:
#obsoletes QuietMode and FascistLogging
In /etc/syslog.conf put this entry:
The create the log file:
kill -HUP $SYSLOG_PID
then retry to use SSH/SFTP and check your error (send them to me)
I changed my sftp client (Secure FX), and now it runs well
Monday, March 31, 2003, 3:49:55 PM, you wrote:
AEWC> Thanks Max,
AEWC> The reason that I mentioned Cute FTP and WS FTP Pro is because THEY DO
AEWC> Support ssh / sftp protocol. That is not the problem.
AEWC> I have located the issue as being unique to specific users. Now I need
AEWC> to identify the needs for these users to get the protocol operable for
AEWC> these users.
AEWC> Max Gregis wrote:
>>you have to verify your FTP client supports Secure FTP on port 22.
>>I use Secure FX and iXplorer.
>>The second one is freeware downloaded from downloads.com.
>>I don't think your ftp clients (CuteFTP ratjer than WS FTP support
>>Secure FTP on 22).
>>Try yo install a client that supports Secure FTP.
>>Saturday, March 29, 2003, 5:13:17 PM, you wrote:
>>AEWC> I've finally removed the functionality of FTP to the server, and now
>>AEWC> have problems with specific users in getting them to implement the sftp
>>AEWC> in their PC Tools (CuteFTP, Smart FTP, WS FTP - which I'm using).
>>AEWC> There are no logs for errors which I am able to locate. I can verify
>>AEWC> Authentication on the server, but when the users attempt to transfer
>>AEWC> files to the server, they create an empty file. No Contents, just empty.
>>AEWC> Has anyone experienced the problem with educating an inexperienced
>>AEWC> population on the changes for sftp, and can I examine the problems they
>>AEWC> are experiencing in the logs (I cannot find them!).