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PostPosted: 21 Mar 2014 9:17 
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I'm using control M version 7.0. As per the client requirement we need to set up AFT jobs on agents without enabling ftp serices on agents(port 21). Is it possible?


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PostPosted: 13 Dec 2014 2:06 
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Atleast one of the two agent hosts must have FTP or sftp server services running on them.


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PostPosted: 07 Dec 2016 6:03 
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The AFT module is a FTP client.
So to transfer a file from a server to another one you need:
- on one server the AFT module
- on the other a FTP server (and no agent installed).

For unix machines the server ftp (SSH) is always installed, for windows machines a server ftp is needed. In this case only one server ftp is enabled with "Virtual directories" that point to the destinations server and folders (and different users). Is a flexible and powerfull manner to centralize all internal file transfers.

Now there is in controlm Managed File Transfer (MFT) that do all trasfers without any need to external ftp: all is done by controlm, is very powerfull, easy and fast (see demo video on bmc site).

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