Diplomat MFT Components

Communicate with the Diplomat MFT Service to set-up, manage,
initiate and monitor secure file transfer jobs.

Overview

Diplomat MFT is installed on your internal network behind a firewall and transfer files between secure FTP servers, web servers, email servers, file servers and NAS devices, application servers, cloud storage providers, private clouds and other systems both inside and outside your firewall. Diplomat components communicate with the Diplomat MFT Service to set-up, manage, initiate and monitor secure file transfer jobs.

Key Ring Slots

Max Defined Transactions

Cloud Storage Connectors

Job Invocation & REST API

Concurrent Administrators

Job Monitor

Remote AgentS

AS2

Basic Edition

2

5

Standard Edition

2 (Expandable)

Unlimited

Add-on

Add-on

Enterprise Edition

Unlimited

Unlimited

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