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    Hello,

    Which model(s) support scan file with SFTP?

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    Re: Scan via SFTP

    SFTP is mostly a function of the server not the client. If it is not available on the server, the client cannot use it. In house IT people for major companies do not allow any type of FTP on the networks they support and will black ball any vendor any vendor who attempts to implement it. Most consider it as still less secure than SMB v1.
    Last edited by slimslob; 02-22-2024 at 02:22 AM.

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    Re: Scan via SFTP

    SFTP =! FTPS
    SFTP is probably one of the most secure way to transfer files.

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    Re: Scan via SFTP

    Quote Originally Posted by Hart View Post
    SFTP =! FTPS
    SFTP is probably one of the most secure way to transfer files.
    Have you set this up on a bizhub before?
    Whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    Have you set this up on a bizhub before?
    Nope I'm not trained on Konica.
    Looks like only Brother offers to scan to SFTP with public key auth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hart View Post
    SFTP =! FTPS
    SFTP is probably one of the most secure way to transfer files.
    Actually not. They are 2 different protocols and have different advantages and disadvantages.

    SFTP uses Secure Shell (SSH). FTPS uses SSL/TLS.

    SFTP vs FTPS: Understanding the Differences
    Last edited by slimslob; 02-22-2024 at 05:25 AM.

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    Re: Scan via SFTP

    isnt SMB more secure than FTP? why not just use that instead

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    isnt SMB more secure than FTP? why not just use that instead
    SMB is more secure FTP IMHO is simply more robust.
    Whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Actually not. They are 2 different protocols and have different advantages and disadvantages.

    SFTP uses Secure Shell (SSH). FTPS uses SSL/TLS.

    SFTP vs FTPS: Understanding the Differences
    "SFTP is mostly a function of the server not the client. If it is not available on the server, the client cannot use it. In house IT people for major companies do not allow any type of FTP on the networks they support and will black ball any vendor any vendor who attempts to implement it. Most consider it as still less secure than SMB v1."

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    I talked to KM yesterday and only the BH 5020i (Brother) can do SFTP. I have a Lexmark XC9235 (KM C258) in my storage and it does allow SFTP.

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