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SFTP commands on Check Point Firewall

SFTP File Transfer commands on Check Point Firewalls

[Expert@ HostName:0]# sftp username@sftp_server_address

For example: Logging to below SFTP server from my Firewall[HostName] in Expert mode.

SFTP server: 192.168.15.6

username: aruncp

password: ******

[Expert@ HostName:0]# sftp aruncp@192.168.15.6

Connecting to 192.168.15.6...

aruncp@192.168.15.6's password:******

sftp>

sftp> ls

Download            Upload              examples.desktop

1. To UPLOAD a file: -

command syntax: put local-path [remote-path]

local-path: Path on Firewall

remote-path: Path on SFTP server

For example, to upload 'messages' file from local machine(Firewall) to your SFTP server,

sftp> put /var/log/messages /Download

Uploading /var/log/messages to /Download/messages

sftp> cd Download

sftp> ls

messages

2. To DOWNLOAD a file: -

command syntax: get remote-path [local-path]

remote-path: Path on SFTP server

local-path: Path on Firewall

For example, to download a 'messages' file from SFTP server to /home directory of the firewall,

sftp> get /Download/messages /home

Fetching /Download/messages to /home/messages

3. Below are few other available SFTP commands :

cd path                                                 Change remote directory to 'path'

lcd path                                                Change local directory to 'path'

chgrp grp path                                   Change group of file 'path' to 'grp'

chmod mode path                           Change permissions of file 'path' to 'mode'

chown own path                              Change owner of file 'path' to 'own'

help                                                       Display this help text

get remote-path [local-path]      Download file

lls [ls-options [path]]                      Display local directory listing

ln oldpath newpath                        Symlink remote file

lmkdir path                                         Create local directory

lpwd                                                      Print local working directory

ls [path]                                               Display remote directory listing

lumask umask                  Set local umask to 'umask'

mkdir path                                          Create remote directory

progress                                              Toggle display of progress meter

put local-path [remote-path]     Upload file

pwd                                                       Display remote working directory

exit                                                        Quit sftp

quit                                                        Quit sftp

rename oldpath newpath            Rename remote file

rmdir path                                           Remove remote directory

rm path                                                Delete remote file

symlink oldpath newpath             Symlink remote file

version                                                 Show SFTP version

!command                                          Execute 'command' in local shell

!                                              Escape to local shell

?                                              Synonym for help

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