I got everything working on Linux with the latest 9.0.5 version. I have one other question though. I've also been testing on Windows and I can't figure out how to pass the -cert and -key options.
Thanks for your help.
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From: Yutaka Sato [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 11 February 2006 09:27
Cc: Mike Peters
Subject: Re: [DeleGate-En:3134] FTP/TLS Proxy
In message <_A3127@delegate-en.ML_> on 02/07/06(21:54:52)
you <email@example.com> wrote:
|I'm trying to set up an FTP/TLS proxy on SuSE Linux 9.3 and Delegate 8.11.5. I have compiled and installed delegate and everything appears to be running fine but I am having trouble authenticating with the remote server. I've checked the connection to the remote ftps server without the proxy using the ftp-tls client from http://www.ford-hutchinson.com/~fh-1-pfh/ftps-ext.html:
|ftp -z key=key.pem -z cert=cert.pem -z CAFile=CA.pem remote.host.com
|This connects fine. However, when I try to connect using delegate, run with the command:
|delegated -v STLS=fsv FSV="sslway -cert cert.pem -key key.pem -pass pass:password -CAFile=CA.pem -St:FSV:ftp" -P21 PERMIT="*:*:22.214.171.124/8" SERVER=ftp MOUNT="remote.host.com"
|Is there something I am doing wrong initialising delegate, (or elsewhere), which is causing authentication to fail? Or is there anything else I should try to get this working?
STLS=fsv is available after 9.0.1 and FSV="..." cannot be used with it.
Only STLS option as
alone without any FSV=... will be enough in usual situation. If you
need options like "-cert ... -key ... -pass ... -CAfile ...", it should be
specified like this:
STLS="fsv,sslway -cert ... -key ... -pass ... -CAfile ..."
"-St" option should not be used in STLS. And I don't understand what
does MOUNT="remote.host.com" mean.
D G Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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