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To enter command mode, select "Command Mode" from the "Tools" menu. This will enable you to execute SCP ( Secure Copy Program ) and SFTP ( Secure FTP ) commands directly. Output will be displayed in the session log window at the bottom. You will also be able to interact with the process by typing directly in the session log window, for example if asked to enter your password for the remote system.
The syntax for SecEx SCP client is reproduced below. Please note that SCP is stateless and does not maintain a session on the remote server. Thus one SCP command with server and logon information is required for every SCP operation performed.
SecEx SCP Client
Usage: scp [switches] [user@]host:source target
scp [switches] source [source...] [user@]host:target
scp [switches] -ls user@host:directory
scp [switches] -del user@host:file_to_delete
scp [switches] -mkdir user@host:new_directory
scp [switches] -rmdir user@host:directory_to_delete
-r copy directories recursively
-v show verbose messages
-P port connect to specified port
-pw passw login with specified password
The syntax for SecEx SFTP client is as follows :
SecEx SFTP Client
Usage : sftp [switches] user@host
-P port Connect to specified port
-pw passw Login with specified password
-v Display verbose output
Upon successful login, SFTP maintains a session on the remote server and SFTP shell until you log out.
The SFTP shell commands available are as follows :
SecEx SFTP Client Command Set
ls - display folder information for server working directory
cd <remote path> - change working directory on server
lcd <local path> - change working directory on local system
pwd - display current working directory on server
lpwd - display current working directory on local system
get <remote file> <local file> - fetch file from server
put <local file> <remote file> - copy file to server
mkdir <folder path> - create remote directory
rmdir <folder path> - remove remote directory
rm <file path> - remove file
help - show this help information
exit - end sftp session