I would like to transfer files from UNIX machine to Mainframe system (using UNIX machine as client). The transfer process needs to be secure (i.e. data sent thro network should be encrypted using 128-bit encryption algorithm). I came to know that SFTP server is not available for Mainframe systems and hence using SFTP is not an option. Please let me know any other alternatives for the "Secured File Transfer to Mainframe system". Thanks!
Hi, you can take a look at NDM (Network Data Mover). It is a secure solution but itís very expensive and may be you cannot afford. Here is one another option that is called jscape/secureftpserver/ JSCAPE Secure FTP Server. This is a platform independent managed file transfer server that supports FTP, secure FTP (FTP over SSL), SFTP/SSH, HTTP, HTTPS and WebDAV protocols. It helps in file transfer and may be it will serve you as a good option. I have practically experienced this system and it helps you in automation of file process and serves as a convenient way to transfer files in a secure mode.
Hope you find my suggestion useful.