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Re: host fingerprint code

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host fingerprint code

Hello I have used WINSCP before and when connecting to a host I got an ssh rsa 2048 fingerprint code which worked fine in my command line script.

However when connecting to a new FTP server using SFTP I am getting a diffrent type of fingerprint this is attached. I have tried using the following command but sits not connecting
open s -hostkey="ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 384 36:ea:9c:e5:59:6e:f2:72:09:bf:29:56:fd:fc:18:5b"

can you tell me if the format is wrong and what format I should use for this type of fingerprint ID. Thanks