SFTP command line

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SFTP command line

I'm trying to understand the syntax for connecting to SFTP through a proxy via the command line. In one environment where there is no proxy I'm connecting fine. I use a script that does an open and the password is sent in the string.

open sftp://UserName:UserPwd@SomeIP:port -hostkey="ssh-rsa 1024 SomeKey"

When trying it with the proxy, I open the session but I get access denied when I send the password. When I open this session via the GUI it works. The password is saved in the session.

! 2011-09-13 09:37:26.720 Using username "UserName".
. 2011-09-13 09:37:26.767 Prompt (7, SSH password, , &Password: )
. 2011-09-13 09:37:26.767 Using stored password.
. 2011-09-13 09:37:26.767 Sent password
! 2011-09-13 09:37:26.814 Access denied

my command is:
open Somefolder/UserName@SomeIP -hostkey="ssh-rsa 1024 SomeKey"

Is the correct password actually being sent? Not really familiar with the ins and outs of connecting in this fashion.

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Re: SFTP command line

Turn on logging to file and compare logs from GUI and script to find the difference. If you do not, please post both.
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pavan129
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Download file which is modified

Hi All,
I am trying to download a files which is modified recently.
Do we have option to download it automatically.
We cannot run the file which contains a group of command.
Last time u told we can use /script but thats not working.

My goal is run a file SFTP which contains group of command which will only download the files which has modified recently


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Pavan

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