If you select the AppleShare icon in the chooser in OS 9, you should
get the option to enter an IP address/DNS name. However, this is
appleshare over IP (afp://) ONLY, by design.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2003, at 03:18 PM, Stefanie Ploof wrote:
> In my hasty attempts yesterday I overlooked the obvious. I was trying
> from Finder to Go, Connect to Server afp://giraffe which wouldn't work,
> but Go, Connect to Server smb://giraffe does seem to work. Would
> with a Mac (OS 10.1 and higher) and a Giraffe account be willing to try
> this method?
> That still leaves the people using OS 9 in the dark unless in the
> Chooser's AppleShare CITZONE there is a choice for giraffe? Not
> OS 9 at the moment. Do any of us still have 9 as our primary OS?
> someone try? If I don't get responses I will quit out of all
> and restart in 9, just a bit of a pain. :)
> I am looking further into MacSSH, Fetch (their new major release will
> support SFTP/SSH2), and Fugu.
> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Mike Austin wrote:
>> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Rob Maurizi wrote:
>>> As for the FTP piece, I'm also a bit fuzzy-- Is all of Zoo going to
>>> toward an sFTP protocol? I have yet to find a good sFTP client for
>> We already support sFTP on Zoo, and have for years. We highly
>> it's use over traditional FTP. We will hopefully be turning off FTP
>> the end of 2003 on Zoo.
>> There are two options I know of for graphical sftp on Mac:
>> 1) A free one: http://rsug.itd.umich.edu/software/fugu/ that some
>> have spoken highly of.
>> 2) A commercial one: http://www.macssh.com/ that others have spoken
>> highly of.
>> I haven't used either of them.
>> I don't know if/when CIT will support either. Anyone from client
>> have any thoughts about this?
> Stefanie B. Ploof
> CIT Client Services, CALS ITO
> Computing Analyst II
> University of Vermont