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SSH or Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a secure file transfer protocol for file access, transfer, and management. It adapts the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol with encryption and secure authentication on both server and client.

Gone are the days where we used to use username/ip_address and password to access your remote server with FileZilla and push the files to remote server.

In current trends SSH is the key to add an extra layer of security to your servers.

  1. FileZilla is not designed to be an SCP client. Instead, it is an FTP client that allows you to transfer files from local computer to remote server or vice versa effortlessly thanks to its drag and drop feature. At the time of writing, FileZilla doesn’t specifically support SCP, but you can also use it as an SCP client with a little modification.
  2. Use Free SCP/SFTP Server to move files to or from routers, switches, and other network devices. Easily upgrade IOS images, archive configuration files, and more.
  3. Importing FileZilla Site Use the Import Sites command to import your FileZilla site to WinSCP. Once the site is imported, use the Generate Session URL/Code command to generate a script or a.NET assembly code (C#, VB.NET or PowerShell) for the site. Directly Referring to FileZilla Site in Script.
  4. In this guide we’ll take you through the steps to setup a folder on your Windows computer as an FTP repository, using a free program called FileZilla. FTP can be used to easily transfer a lot of files between computers; the FTP repository can be mapped to multiple computers across the Internet so that other people can access the directory right from Windows Explorer.

Prerequisites


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If you don't have FileZilla software then you can download it from this URL Download FileZilla


If your not sure how to setup SSH keys then you can follow these articles:



Step 1 - Open FileZilla & Creating New Site


Once you have downloaded the software from the above URL, open it by double clicking.


New Site -> (Left Panel) Add Your Site Name -> (Right Panel) General



Protocol - SFTP SSH File Transfer Protocol

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By default FTP will be selected, select SFTP from dropdown as you want to securely connect to your server.


Host - stackcoder.in

Add your website domain name or ip_address, for example I am using stackcoder.in


Port - 22

This is your server default SSH port. Unless you have configured something else in your server keep it the same.


Login Type - Key File

Since we want to connect it via SSH key files generated ie id_rsa, id_rsa.pub so that it will be more secure.


User - stackcoder

By default it will be root most of the time, since I have made initial server setup I have created user with name stackcoder.


Key File - id_rsa

Usually you will connect with id_rsa file which will be in ~/.ssh/ folder.


Background Colour (Optional) - Select Colour

This is optional, just if you want to segregate the testing and production environment


Comments (Optional) - Comment

Write some comments for your follow up or notes purpose.


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Once you fill the above details your FileZilla will look like the following


FileZilla Credentials Filled

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NOTE: This may prompt to create private key with .ppk file extension. Just select the location and add name of the file.


After filling the above once you click connect. Check mark I always trust to make sure for the next and subsequent connection it wont prompt you ssh pass phrase like in the following


FileZilla Trust Host Prompt Please Tick Mark Checkbox


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Winscp

On successful connection you will be able to see you local laptop or computer files on the left side and your remote server files on your right side as in the following file



Just pull the files from the left project folder and push it to the required folder on the right side. Make sure to select Local Site & Remote Site path

Conclusion


WHATS NEXT?
I think the article was really helpful for you. I highly suggest you to move on and use some kind of version control system like GIT, SVN, MERCURIAL. As per my preference I highly suggest you take a look at GIT.


SFTP using SSH-2: Key based authentication

There are three mechanisms for use of the FileZilla client with SSH-2 keys.

  1. In the profile settings in the Site Manager of the FileZilla client. If the SFTP Protocol is specified, it is possible to specify the Logon Type as 'Key File' and specify the location of the private key file (in PuTTY's .ppk or OpenSSH's .pem format). The user is prompted for the key file's password if necessary, which may optionally be cached by FileZilla until it is next shut down.
  2. In the EditSettings menu of the FileZilla client, you can [Add key file...] under ConnectionSFTP, and FileZilla can then use the public key authentication in the site manager with the 'Interactive' Logontype on connection. Note: Importing a site's public key is not supported.
  3. (Windows only) Using the excellent PuTTY tools. To allow the use of RSA / DSA key files with FileZilla, you'll need to download two more tools from PuTTY: Pageant and (assuming your key file isn't already in PPK format) PuTTYgen.

Generate the SSH key

FileZilla can use an existing SSH key, but it cannot generate the SSH key itself.You can generate an SSH key with PuTTY or OpenSSH. (Now OpenSSH is built-in in Windows.)

  • PuTTY: use the GUI program PuTTYgen to generate an SSH key.
  • OpenSSH: open cmd.exe or PowerShell, and type command ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048 -f my-ssh-key. It will generate a private key, my-ssh-key, and a public key, my-ssh-key.pub.

After generating a new key, you need to add the public key to the file ~/.ssh/authorized_keys,or contact the system administrator, and then you can log in with the private key.

Using the SSH key with PuTTY's SSH agent

If your key file is already in PuTTY's PPK format you can skip this paragraph. However, if your key is in OpenSSH format, you first need to convert it to PuTTY's PPK format. To do this, launch PuTTYgen and from the 'Conversions' menu, select the 'Import key' option. Select your key and follow the prompts to enter your pass phrase. Save your private key.

Now run Pageant. In your system tray, you'll see the Pageant icon appear. Right-click the icon and select 'Add Key' and select your private key (PPK) file. Follow the prompt to enter your pass phrase and you're done.

Now simply launch FileZilla and connect to your server using SFTP using SSH-2 with a username and an empty password. Don't forget to close pageant when you're done.

This also works with the portable versions of FileZilla and PuTTY tools.

Alternative Method

Server

FileZilla supports the standard SSH agents. If your SSH agent is running, the SSH_AUTH_SOCK environment variable should be set. (Note, the 'Normal' logon type should be set for the server in order to use the SSH agent socket.)

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On a Mac

If for some reason you are not using ssh-agent and on a Mac, don't worry about SSH key conversion. Just import your key via Settings and then use Normal mode in your site connection definition. The imported key will get used.

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The following instructions assume you have a working SSH configuration which allows you to ssh to the same host without a password. They are adapted from a thread on superuser.com and are summarized here so you don't have to search through a lot of dead ends:

  1. In FileZilla → Settings..., select Connection → SFTP
  2. Press the Add key file... button
  3. Press Command-Shift-G to bring up a path selection window and type '~/.ssh'
  4. Select the 'id_rsa' key file and click Open (this imports the key)
  5. Click OK to close the Settings dialog
  6. Open menu FileSite Manager...
  7. Select the site with which you want to use the key
  8. Choose Protocol 'SFTP' and select Logon Type 'Normal'. Don't worry about a password if your key file doesn't have a password
  9. Click Connect and you'll see your files
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