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Hi all,

I encounter a requirement that need upload and sftp and using port no like 22

I can take care the upload for sure but don't know about ftp with s and port 22

It is asp.net c#
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If it is really sftp, you will need to use a library like https://xceed.com/xceed-sftp-for-net/

if it is ftpes, the you can use the builitin ftpwebrequest class: http://emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2014/10/Connecting-to-FTP--FTPES-using-Net.aspx
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