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SFTP Gateway

  1. SFTP Gateway Overview
  2. Initial Setup of SFTP Gateway
  3. Log into the EC2 instance
  4. Add and configure users
  5. Connect as an SFTP user
  6. WinSCP Setup
  7. Set up SFTP Gateway for Windows
  8. Set up SFTP Gateway with Two-factor Authentication with Google Authenticator
  9. Set up a custom S3 bucket
  10. Security notes
  11. Restrict S3 access on your IAM policy
  12. Enable password login instead of using SSH Keys
  13. Launching into AWS GovCloud
  14. AWS SFTP vs. SFTP Gateway - A Comparison
  15. Allow users to delete from downloads
  16. SSH Key Pairs
  17. Enable Multi-threading
  18. Original mtime
  19. MD5 hash validation
  20. File Exclusions
  21. Server Side Encryption
  22. ACL command options
  23. Recovering from "stuck" files in upload directory
  24. Reducing the cost of running SFTP Gateway
  25. Remove empty folders after download sync
  26. Generate a key pair
  27. Routing sendmail through external SMTP relay
  28. Configure an EC2 security group
  29. Best practices for production
  30. Cross account S3 access
  31. Troubleshooting SFTP Gateway
  32. Set uploads folder as the default
  33. How to upload files to SFTP root
  34. Grant your EC2 instance access to all S3 buckets
  35. Create a Swap partition on your EC2 instance
  36. Reference
  37. Release notes
  38. Upgrading existing SFTP Gateway instances
  39. Fixing errors after running yum update
  40. FileZilla Setup
  41. Encrypting local server data at rest
  42. Enabling FTPS using vsftp
  43. Disk utilization monitoring
  44. Authenticity of host can't be established
  45. Deleting SFTP users
  46. Private and shared download folders
  47. Use a customer-provided key for SSE-C
  48. Using KMS to manage your keys
  49. Using SSE-S3 to manage your keys
  50. Resizing an EC2 instance volume