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FTP over SSH (not SFTP?) when files are on third server not SSH server

The "conventional" solution for that is to use an FTP client that has SOCKS 5 support and rather than forwarding specific ports over ssh, configure dynamic port forwarding (the ssh client ...
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FTP over SSH (not SFTP?) when files are on third server not SSH server

You can use SSH as a SOCKS proxy. The SSH client on A will work as a SOCKS5 server, tunneling all connection requests to B. You'll need a SOCKSified FTP client on A. How you activate the SOCKS proxy ...
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Using public key SSH works, but SFTP gives error

Finally found it. I tried other clients hoping one of them will bring new light, and indeed "sftp -v" did. The sshd config I copied was using external sftp server (which was present in ...
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Using public key SSH works, but SFTP gives error

Have you installed FTP server yet? If not, install a FTP server daemon like vsftp as below sudo zypper -n in vsftpd Then configure /etc/vsftpd.conf file. Otherwise, recheck client's configuration and ...
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OpenSSH - sshd_config - Allow sftp-chroot AND normal ssh login with same user

OpenSSH does not support overriding global keywords based on the submitted command. You have to differentiate on some (combination of) criteria OpenSSH offers for the Match statement. The available ...
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