SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) and FISH (Files transferred over Shell protocol) protocols let you perform different file management operations (accessing, transferring, etc) over the secure channel.
We provide support of SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) by implementing the threaded daemon for SFTP connections processing. It lets you access, manage and transfer files directly to the container via SSH gate, and in such a way, ensures data security.
FISH protocol (Files transferred over Shell protocol) is supported by a number of popular FTP-clients and file managers (e.g. Midnight Commander, Konqueror, lftp, Krusader, etc). It permits access to securely manage a container’s file system.
Let’s see the examples of using these protocols.