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Old 12-14-2016, 04:41 AM   #1
robertkwild
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anyone tried UFTP


hi all,

anyone tried this, if so would you say its better than a normal ftp solution ie vsftpd proftpd etc

http://uftp-multicast.sourceforge.net/

many thanks,

rob
 
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hi all,
anyone tried this, if so would you say its better than a normal ftp solution ie vsftpd proftpd etc http://uftp-multicast.sourceforge.net/
Looks interesting, but I haven't tried it and probably won't. SSH (which also provides SCP and SFTP), are better than any sort of FTP solution. No need to configure an additional service, uses good encryption, easy to script for, etc. It may be of use in some network situations, but I look for ways to make administration simpler...since I already have SSH, using it for terminal and file transfer over one port, with one set of keys/passwords makes more sense.
 
  


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