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Some sites still require Implicit SSL due to business pressure
Implicit SSL is generally not a best practice when setting up FTPS. The preferred alternative is Explicit SSL, which is the current standard for FTPS connections for Secure Proxy. However, some of our customers experience intense business pressure to keep Implicit SSL around for inbound connections. This is where SSP comes in. For an FTP-netmapped Inbound Node, being able to establish IMPLICIT or EXPLICIT SSL (one or the other, so different netmaps for IMPLICIT versus EXPLICIT) would be very helpful for those customers where IMPLICIT is mandated as an option for inbound connections.
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This will be used by customers that have a mandate to supply IMPLICIT SSL as an option.
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