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From: Ripalda-Marin, Miguel-Angel <maripalda@elasa.siemens.es>
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 10:53:31 +0100
Message-ID: <15B5A0CA85F4D111814200A0C9B7B629016985FB@ZARS001A>
To: www-lib@w3.org
Hi everybody!

I want to perform a sort of comm protocol between to systems that looks like
follows:
1.- In first place I have to communicate with an HTTP(s) server to ask them
for a list of files that I have to retrievo from an FTP(s) server.
2.- Then I have to connect to that FTP(s) server and get those files I was
told to.

I've been browsing the web and reading doc about SSL, SSH, LibWWW and so on.
I would like to know whether I would be able to perform both https and ftps
requests with LibWWW together with OpenSSL... and I would like to know also
if I could communicate this way with ready-cooked http(s) and ftp(s) servers
(I am thinking about Apache and the FTP server available at
www.openssh.org).

I'm really newbie at these topics, so I would appreciate any suggestion,
advice or whatever. Thanks in advance and best regards,

Miguel Ángel Ripalda Marín
 
Siemens Elasa S.A. 
Technology, R&D. System Software 
Pol. Malpica, D-98 50016 Zaragoza, Spain
Phone		(34)976 760 300 ext. 451
Fax		(34)976 760 346
E-Mail	maripalda@elasa.siemens.es

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