You have the correct link. Download the OPENSSH package from http://advantage.webmethods.com.[/u]
[URL]Install the Package and check for the services. I Guess you only need to set up sftp client on your side. [/u]
[URL]I have done this complete implementation (PGP + SFTP). Let me know if i can help you.[/u]
[URL]Email to me.[/u]
[URL]I need to do something similar. My 6.1 IS runs on Unix with Unix UserID as “intser61” and has OpenSSH. And the SFTP server I want to connect gave me a userid as “user01”. Now when I use the “ssh-keygen” command, on system with IS installed, as described in the webMethods OpenSSH Pkg PDF to create a pvt/pub key pair the pub key generated has a value like “…yDVTiL0ePJhJsoHkIIZTRBQe8opvd8UAAXU/7ys= intser61@ISHost”. So it means, to me, that user “intser61” can now be able to SSH without using password. But there is no such user “intser61” on the SFTP server. The SFTP server has to be accessed with userid = “user01” and so I need to create a pvt/pub key pair with that user id. How do I do that when ssh-keygen command doesnt have an option to specify userid?
Pls reply. Thanks in advance.