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SSH Tectia

SSH Tectia Server and Client Version Differences

This section lists the features included in different versions of SSH Tectia Server and SSH Tectia Client.

Table 7.1. SSH Tectia Server versions and features

FunctionalityServerServer (with EFT)Server (with Tunneling)Server for z/OS
Secure terminal serverxxxx
SFTP serverxxxx
Tunneling server (non-transparent)xxxx
Client-side tools and functionalityx1xxx
Support for SFTP API xxx
Checkpoint/restart mechanism xxx
Streaming for high-speed transfers xxx
Prefix for files in transfer xxx
FTP-SFTP conversion (server side) xxx
CryptiCore encryption x2x2
Transparent tunneling server (requires SSH Tectia Connector) xx
Support for centralized management (requires SSH Tectia Manager)xxx
Supported platforms
Windowsxxx
AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Linuxxxx
IBM z/OS x

1 On Unix platforms (AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Linux) only.

2 On Linux and Windows only.

Table 7.2. SSH Tectia Client versions and features

FunctionalityClientClient (with EFT)ConnectorServer for z/OS (client tools)
Terminal client, command-line tools and Windows GUIxx (optional) x
SFTP/SCP client command-line tools and Windows GUIxx x
Tunneling clientx (non-transparent)x (non-transparent)x (transparent)x (transparent)
SFTP API (C and Java) x1
Checkpoint/restart mechanism x
Streaming for high-speed transfers x
Prefix for files in transfer x
FTP tunneling (transparent) x
FTP-SFTP conversion x2
Supports connections to standard Secure Shell v2 serversxx (basic Client3) x
Supports connections to SSH Tectia Server (with EFT)xx x
Supports connections to SSH Tectia Server (with Tunneling)xxxx
Supports connections to SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OSxxxx
Supported platforms
Windowsxxx
AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Linuxxx
IBM z/OS x

1 C API on all supported platforms. Java API on Linux, Solaris, and Windows only.

2 Not supported on AIX 5L, Windows Server 2003 x64, Windows Vista, or Windows Vista x64.

3 Basic Client functionality does not include the EFT features.


 

 
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