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Easily Create & Transmit ACH Files

SSH requires either a Corporate or Processor-level ACH Universal license.

 

You can use SSH-SFTP to automatically transmit a file to your bank. 

 
What is SSH (Secure Shell)?

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) enables the automated transmission of a file over the Internet. However, FTP by itself offers no encryption.

By adding SSH, we encrypt the tunnel between the two computers, making it a secure transmission.

 

Next steps:

1.  Create your Public and Private keys (if you don't have any).

2.  Exchange Public keys with your bank:  You will send them your Public key; they will send you their Public key.

3.  Complete the SSH setup in Treasury Software.
 

All SSH functions, including key creation and setup - can be accessed from Settings > Transmission Options > Transmission Method > SSH Settings (see below).

 

1.  SSH Public and Private Key creation

If you do not have keys, please follow the instructions on this page to create keys.
If you already have keys, skip this page.
 

While there are many key creation tools, the most common is PuTTY.  

For your convenience, a copy of the PuTTY generation tool has been included with Treasury Software.

Notes:

--If you installed prior to Build 347, download from http://www.treasurysoftware.com/setup/puttygen.exe

--The example below illustrates the use of PuTTY, but you may use any tool you wish.

To access the copy of PuTTY already on your computer, click Settings > Transmission Options > Transmission Method > SSH Settings (see below).

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This will start the SSH Wizard

 

Click on "I need to generate a Private and Public key".

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This will now start PuTTY

Click on Generate.

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Follow the prompt to move the mouse.

Scribble

Passphrase

Pub_Extension

PrivateKey

Passphrase1

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Export

Congratulations!  Please backup your keys.

2.  Send your PUB (public) key to your bank.

Save your PEM (private) key for use with Treasury Software.

Note:  You will also need your bank's PUB (public) key to begin transmission.

 

3.  Complete the SSH Setup in Treasury Software

You will need your Private key and your Bank's Public key to complete this setup.

To access SSH setup, click Settings > Transmission Options > Transmission Method > SSH Settings (see below).

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This will start the SSH Wizard.  Click Next.
 
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Enter your settings as needed.
You can click on 'Test Connection' to test your work.
 
Notes:

--If the User ID appears to be an email address, check with your bank.

For example if they send you jjones@yourbank.com they may only want you to enter jjones as the User ID.

They may want you to leave off the bank domain name (i.e., yourbank.com).

--If your bank has specified a remote folder, type it in on 'Remote Folder'--otherwise leave blank.

When finished, click 'Finish'.

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Reminder - Don't forget to turn 'On' SSH - by selecting SSH.

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While our SSH file transmission tool enables you to work with the majority of banks, we cannot guarantee compatibility with every bank.  If your bank has unique requirements, we recommend using an FTP client, such as Ipswitch's WS_FTP.

SSH requires either a Corporate or Processor-level ACH Universal license.


 
 

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