Learn how to pull files automatically from a remote host that has no built-in file transfer service whatsoever.Read More
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
Do you have an FTP server behind the firewall that you need to make accessible via the Internet? Here is a short tutorial on how to setup a reverse proxy to your FTP service using JSCAPE MFT Gateway as shown in Figure 1.
Note: This tutorial was originally published on July 2014 but was updated and re-published on October 15, 2018
MFT Synchronizer Agent is the answer if you need to transfer files between two hosts and one host doesn't have any file transfer application whatsoever. In this post, we'll teach you how to install MFT Synchronizer Agent on Linux.Read More
Adding nodes to a JSCAPE MFT Server high availability cluster, typically entails setting up each MFT Server instance to acquire their server configuration data from an external RDBMS. In this video, we show you how to set up MFT Server to acquire config data from a MySQL database.Read More
If you store your JSCAPE MFT Server configuration data into an external RDBMS like MySQL, it will make it easier for you to carry out server clustering, scale out, and implement high availability. In this quick video tutorial, you'll learn how to migrate your JSCAPE MFT Server configuration data from the embedded H2 database to an external MySQL database.Read More
Note: This blog post was originally published on July 19, 2012 but was updated and republished on September 19, 2018
I'm now going to show you how to enable a reverse proxy service on JSCAPE MFT Gateway. By setting up a DMZ-based JSCAPE MFT Gateway to reverse proxy for one or more file transfer servers in your internal network, you can employ DMZ streaming. This will allow you to provide trading partners and other external users access to your sensitive data without placing the data on any DMZ-based server.
Learn how to configure JSCAPE MFT Server to fetch files from multiple SFTP servers and then send those files to a trading partner.Read More
A quick video demonstrating how to set up JSCAPE MFT Server to automatically list files as they're uploaded to your server.Read More
Ever since we introduced Web SSO support in JSCAPE MFT Server (way back in version 8.8), the number of adopters for this method of authentication has been steadily growing. We're not surprised, considering how SSO greatly simplifies end user authentication in organizations that use several web-based applications.Read More