A file server is a tenant host outside of the Thrio platform where a tenant’s files can be uploaded in addition to being stored in the Thrio platform.
When associating a file server to a campaign, all recordings for that campaign will be uploaded to that file server using a tenant provided public key.
File transfers can be done over SCP or SFTP. Both SFTP and SCP offer features including encryption for data-in-motion, and public key authentication. Additionally, both protocols support transfer of large files, as they don’t have file size limits.
Name: Enter the name of the public key.
Description: Enter the description of the public key.
Connection Type: Choose the protocol to use for file transfers, i.e. SFTP or SCP.
Host: Enter the host name or IP.
Port: Enter the host port.
Remote Folder: Enter the path on the remote host where files are uploaded to.
Timeout: Enter the amount of time, in milliseconds, to wait for the file sever to respond to the initial connection request.
Authentication Type: Select the “Password” or “Public Key” authentication.
Username: Enter the username to be used during authentication.
Password or Private Key: Enter the password or select the private key to be used during authentication.
Encryption: Select if files should be encrypted with a public key.
Encryption Public Key: Select the public key to be used during encryption.
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