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At 1149233095 past the epoch, Peter Vandenabeele wrote:
> If want to add the security of ssh/scp to it, try sftp
> (but that may slow down the transfer speed due to
> encryption/decryption).

Or speed it up, with compressible data, by supplying the -C

I think you can also ask SSH to use a faster cypher suite
(such as blowfish) if you are having significant speed

I find SSH much more convenient than ftp et al because of
this. In addition there's no nasty firewall issues / passive
mode madness as it all goes through 22; no ascii/binary
transfer distinction; you've got shell and file transfer
out-of-the-box and a rough-and-ready remote filesystem with

Jon Dowland

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