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SFTP put command is used for uploading files from local to remote directory.
SFTP>put filname The above command transfers the local file to remote location with same file name. But when we need to specify a target file name it doesnt work. All the documentation explains some thing like SFT> put sourefile targetfile But i couldn't specify the remote file name when i used put command. If anyone knows how to specify target file while transfering a file from local to SSH Tecta server please reply to this post.

Thanks in advance.

asked Aug 22 '12 at 08:13

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You can use "sput sourcefile destinationfile" or alternatively you can set the compatibility mode to "ftp":

sftp> set compatibility-mode=ftp
sftp> put sourcefile destinationfile


answered Aug 22 '12 at 09:15

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Jan ♦

edited Aug 22 '12 at 09:16

It works perfectly.

Thank you very much

(Aug 30 '12 at 06:59) Rajendran Rajendran's gravatar image
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