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RE: How do I send EDI file securely over Internet via FTP or HTTP S?
possible solution is using SSL to send documents via FTP. You could get an SSL
server, about $450-600US, generate the SSL certificate needed per Trading
Partner and send the certificate to the Trading Partner. This allows you to
control the certificates and reduces security risks. The Trading Partner
would need to get an FTP Server with SSL capabilities, about
could try some of the EDIINT products out there. One would be Cyclone
or IPnet. Systrends also has some industry compatible
of them require that they have a product that is compatible and all of them
are secure transports. Some offer non-repudiation of receipt which removes any
denial of send or receive.
Sent: Friday, May 31, 2002
Subject: Re: How do I send EDI file securely
over Internet via FTP or HTTPS?
We do not support FTP over the internet for
EDI. To use that, you have to
have an ANX connection -
If you want to use the Internet, you will have to use HTTP/S
and to use that you
can write or buy software. See our site
then navigate to the section on internet protocols.
At 09:23 AM 5/31/2002 -0700, Peter Cumming
We have a few (3-5) clients who would like to
EDI via FTP or HTTPS
We would send the file to them
(from Unix or
Windows), they would receive it.
Of course we
could use standard FTP. However is
there some way to send an encrpyted
I have heard of Kermit, SSH, and PGP. Not sure
which if any is
the correct, low cost and easiest
approach for us to first encrpyt and
(not sure how) over the Internet to our 2-4
1. What is the best approach and how would
set-up to run unattended?
What software is needed on both
Note that we are the sender so we will not need
2. Supposedly the SAP Business Connector has
ability to send via SSL over the Internet. How
does this work?
We could then send our ship notice to
the customer through this. Not
sure of the mechanices,
what is needed on each end, how we would send
Thanks for any
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