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SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Getting Started with SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
        Running the Server
        Environment Variables for Server and Client Applications
        Running Client Programs
            Under USS
            Under MVS
    Setting up Non-Interactive Server and User Authentication >>
    Setting up Non-Interactive Secure File Transfer >>

Running Client Programs

SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS contains three client-side applications:

  • sshg3 is a secure replacement for Telnet and other unsecured terminal applications. sshg3 can also be used for remote command and job execution, and creating secure tunnels for TCP applications.
  • scpg3 is a secure replacement for remote copy (rcp) and provides easy secure non-interactive file transfers.
  • sftpg3 is a secure replacement for FTP and provides a user interface for interactive file transfers and a batch mode for unattended file transfers.

The ssh-broker-g3 component handles all cryptographic operations and authentication-related tasks for the sshg3, scpg3, and sftpg3 client programs. Normally, the Connection Broker starts in the background automatically whenever one of the SSH Tectia client programs is started, and stops when the client program is stopped.

The ssh-socks-proxy component is used for transparent FTP tunneling and FTP-SFTP conversion. For more information on the SSH Tectia SOCKS Proxy, see SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS Administrator Manual.

Under USS

Under MVS

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