[Twisted-Python] Re: Implementing a custom FTP server

Paul Swartz z3p at twistedmatrix.com
Tue Sep 7 22:34:25 EDT 2004

On Tue, 2004-09-07 at 21:03 -0500, Jason Stitt wrote:
> It's not just you :)  I downloaded SFTPGateway, a Twisted program
> that 
> serves as a secure proxy to a regular FTP server, because I thought I 
> could glean some insights into SFTP from it. But it doesn't use any
> of 
> Twisted's actual SFTP implementation code, as far as I can tell, and 
> I'm not sure I want to pick apart all the code they wrote from
> scratch. 
> (Plus, it's for Zope, not standalone...)

Yes it does, it inherits from filetransfer.FileTransferServer, which is
Conch's SFTP implementation.

> 2004/09/07 22:01 EDT [-] disabling diffie-hellman-group-exchange 
> because we cannot find moduli file

You can ignore that.  There are two types of key exchanges that Conch
supports: one using some fixed values, and other that uses a moduli
(usually /etc/ssh/moduli) file to get lots of values.  If it can't find
the moduli file, it falls back to the other kind.

       Paul Swartz
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