Using Secure FTP

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Secure File Transfer ProtocolClosed A network protocol used for secure file transfer. Network supports this protocol for accessing folders on your FTP server is used for accessing folders on your FTP server. You must first add the following IP ranges to your allowlist:

POD Type AWS Region Location IP Range (Port 443)

VDM1
VDM2
VDM3
VDM5
VDM6

Production us-east-2 US - Ohio 18.219.183.32/27
Disaster Recovery us-east-1 US - Virginia 35.172.155.32/27
VDM20
VDM21
VDM22
Production eu-west-1 Europe - Ireland 34.245.82.64/29
Disaster Recovery eu-west-2 Europe - Germany 18.196.161.176/29
VDM30 Production cn-northwest-1 China - Ningxia 43.192.66.96/28
Disaster Recovery cn-north-1 China - Beijing 71.136.65.208/28
SANDBOX
SANDBOX2
SANDBOX3
Sandbox us-east-2 US - Ohio 18.219.183.32/27
Disaster Recovery us-east-1 US - Virginia 35.172.155.32/27
SANDBOX20 Sandbox eu-west-1 Europe - Ireland 34.245.82.64/29
Disaster Recovery eu-west-2 Europe - Germany 18.196.161.176/29
SANDBOX30 Sandbox cn-northwest-1 China - Ningxia 43.192.66.96/28
Disaster Recovery cn-north-1 China - Beijing 71.136.65.208/28
Login (AUTH) Production us-east-2 US - Ohio 18.219.183.32/27
Disaster Recovery us-east-1 US - Virginia 35.172.155.32/27

Ports for FTPs

  • Type=TCP Port Range: 56000 to 56100
  • Type=TCP Port Range: 21

Ports for SFTP

  • Type=TCP Port Range: 56922

Examples

To access SFTP for a sandbox instance:

sftp -oPort=56922 user.name@verteodev.veevanetwork.com@sandbox3.veevanetwork.com

To access SFTP for a production instance:

sftp -oPort=56922 user.name@verteo.veevanetwork.com@verteo.veevanetwork.com

Accessing your Network file system

The files and folders can accessed within Network using the File Explorer, or you can access it using a third party FTP application.