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I have 3 machines, A, B and C. B is the bridge between A & C. From C, how can I pull the file from B once the files to pushed to B from A ? We want to automate the process, running via command line.

asked Jul 09 '12 at 16:49

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File copy from A to C using B @B - scpg3 user@A:dir/file user@C:dir/file


answered Jul 10 '12 at 10:49

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edited Jul 10 '12 at 10:49

Does the command '@B - scpg3 user@A:dir/file user@C:dir/file' will work if the machine C is a Tectia client whereas both A & B are Tectia servers.


answered Jul 31 '12 at 01:25

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it will even if C is any openssh variant I have tested it using A and B with Tectia and C with Cygwin (openssh) scpg3 mftuser@ sshadmin@ sent | 104kB | 2.3MiB/s | TOC: 00:00:00 | 100%

(Jul 31 '12 at 03:59) mftuser mftuser's gravatar image

My constraint is, C is our PRD grade machine and our corporate policy doesn't allow us to install openssh variant on PRD machines. So on C, strictly I can install only SSH client. Still it is possible ?


answered Jul 31 '12 at 07:13

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should install ssh server on C not client.

(Jul 31 '12 at 10:59) mftuser mftuser's gravatar image
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