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A Simple Guide to Connect to a Private FTP Server using FTP adapter by Dinesh Pant

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You can now integrate with an FTP server even when it is in private network and not accessible publicly. This is made possible with the latest feature where a Connectivity Agent can be configured to be used with the FTP adapter.

The FTP adapter supports connectivity to:

Connection Properties:

Provide connection property values:

Enter the FTP/SFTP host address and port

If using a secure FTP server, then select Yes for ‘SFTP Connection’ else select No.

Security:

Please select one of the security policy

FTP Server Access Policy : for username/password authentication.

FTP Public Key Authentication : as the name suggests, for Public Key authentication.

FTP Multi Level Authentication : i.e, to authenticate using both username/password and public key. Read the complete article here.

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