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FTPS TLS session resumption

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Dec 19, 2015

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I am trying to connect to an FTP server using port 990 (FTP using SSL).  From what I can tell, cfftp does not support FTPS - it only supports SFTP.  We have been doing using ftp4j and this has worked for us in the past.  See ColdFusion and FTP over implicit TLS/SSL :: Aliaspooryorik Musings.

However, the client has installed a new ftp server, and we can no longer drop more than a zero byte file.  In a manual test using FireFTP, we get the same error of "TLS session of data connection has not resumed or the session does not match the control connection".  A test using Filezilla client works however.  From what I can tell, this is because of needing to enforce TLS session resumption and the Filezilla client does this..

Has anyone dealt with and solved this in Coldfusion?

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FTPS TLS session resumption

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I am trying to connect to an FTP server using port 990 (FTP using SSL).  From what I can tell, cfftp does not support FTPS - it only supports SFTP.  We have been doing using ftp4j and this has worked for us in the past.  See ColdFusion and FTP over implicit TLS/SSL :: Aliaspooryorik Musings.

However, the client has installed a new ftp server, and we can no longer drop more than a zero byte file.  In a manual test using FireFTP, we get the same error of "TLS session of data connection has not resumed or the session does not match the control connection".  A test using Filezilla client works however.  From what I can tell, this is because of needing to enforce TLS session resumption and the Filezilla client does this..

Has anyone dealt with and solved this in Coldfusion?

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