Telnet/SSH

ID #173

Do you support SCP?

Applies to: Grid System, Managed Servers, VPS

Yes, we do offer scp (secure copy).

Scp copies files between hosts on a network. It uses ssh for data transfer, and uses the same authentication and provides the same security as ssh. Scp will ask for passwords or passphrases if they are needed for authentication. If you want to use key pairs instead of passwords, see this FAQ.

If you want to download an SCP client program, try:
WinSCP
Putty
DOS client
iXplorer
NiftySSH for MacOS
MacSSH
Tera Term
more DOS tools
Datafellows
VanDyke software

For more information, get a shell prompt and type:

man scp

Last update: 2010-10-03 13:11
Author: FAQ Admin
Revision: 1.3

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Comment of Anonymous:
To move a file from your computer to your home directory on the server, get a prompt on your own computer and type:

scp MYFILE myuser@ftp.modwest.com:/

where "MYFILE" is the full path on your own computer to the file you want to move, and "myuser" is your username on the system here.

To get a file named test.txt from your /htdocs/www directory on the server and move it to your current directory on your own computer, get a prompt on your own computer and type:

scp myuser@ftp.modwest.com:/htdocs/www/test.txt test.txt
Added at: 2004-01-04 15:28