SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) uses secure shell encryption to provide a high level of security for sending and receiving file transfers. SFTP is similar to FTPS because it uses AES and other algorithms to secure data as it travels between different systems.
To access your SFTP folder and upload disposition files there, download one of free FTP clients below:
For example, when you download and run WinSCP client, the following window is displayed:
PX integrations team provide you with all the the required fields to access your SFTP folder:
- Port number
- User name
Once logged in, you'll see the files and folders from your system/PC on the left side and the files and folders in the SFTP on the right side:
Drag and drop disposition files from your system/PC to the SFTP folder or upload them by clicking Upload.
For any additional questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org