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Oracle® ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance Firmware Release 3.2.x

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Updated: April 2018
 
 

Supported File Transfer Methods

Oracle ILOM supports the following transfer methods to upload files, such as SSH keys or security certificates, to Oracle ILOM.

Table 14   File Transfer Methods
File Transfer Method
Description
Browser
The Browser file transfer method is available for the web interface only. This method enables the selection of a file that is either stored locally on the system or remotely on a network share.
TFTP
The TFTP file transfer method requires you to specify the TFTP host name and the directory path to upload the designated file to Oracle ILOM.
FTP
The FTP file transfer method requires you to specify the FTP host system name, the FTP host user name and password, and then the directory path to upload the designated file.
SFTP
The SFTP file transfer method requires you to specify the SFTP host system name, the SFTP host user name and password, and then the directory path to the designated file.
SCP
The SCP file transfer method requires you to specify the SCP host system name, the SCP host user name and password, and then the directory path to the designated file.
HTTP
The HTTP file transfer method requires you to specify the HTTP host system name, the HTTP user name and password, and then the directory path to the designated file.
HTTPS
The HTTPS file transfer method requires you to specify the HTTPS host system name, the HTTP host user name and password, and then the directory path to the designated file.

Note -  File transfer using the HTTPS protocol is not supported in Oracle ILOM firmware version 3.2.4 and earlier. This limitation in firmware releases 3.2.4 and earlier affect all file transfers using dump_uri or load_uri CLI properties, as well as selecting the HTTPS option from the Transfer Method list box in the Web interface.

Paste
The Paste file transfer method is available for the web interface only. This method provides a text box to paste in the custom certificate file.