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Can you reach the local machine from the server by IP? Or on other words, are you on a host that the server can contact on the LAN, rather than being behind a firewall/NAT at a remote location (as in, from a school, office, etc).
If the server and the client are on the same network, you can simply log into the server with SSH, and run a command like this:
scp ./filename username@localIP
So if you wanted to move the file "Test.txt" to the computer at 192.168.1.120 as user tom, you would do:
scp ./Test.txt email@example.com
Assuming the machine is running an SSH server, that will copy the file over to it.
Thanks for the quick reply. Following command works very fine. but I was not able to trace it in local machine. I was not able to find the copied file in local machine. From the server it says 100% complete.
the local user name is root@IP address. Where I will find it? Thanks.
Rather than ssh'ing to the server and performing an scp on the server, which establishes a 2nd ssh connection back from the server to your local machine, you're better off doing it all in one scp command on the local host: