We're having a problem trying to do an SCP transfer from a LINUX F5 load balancer to the Solarwinds SFTP/SCP server running on our OrionNPM server. The command line script we're using at the LINUX end is:
scp -p /var/local/ucs/temp.ucs [username]@[servername]:temp.ucs
The Solarwinds SCP server responds with the request for password and once entered it just sits there. It never completes and at the SCP server end there is a 0 length file with the name specified in the script, temp.ucs. I then tried this from multiple LINUX and UNIX systems that are not an F5 load balancer and got the same results. Next I loaded the Solarwinds SCP on another server and still got the same results. I then shut down the Solarwind SCP server on the orionnpm server and loaded an eval copy of the Bitvise SCP server and that works correctly.
I also tried a windows to Solarwinds SCP transfer using WinSCP at the windows end and that works. This tells me the Solarwinds SCP server will only work with a windows to windows file copy
So based on that, there appears to be some bug issue with the Solarwinds SFTP/SCP server in dealing with UNIX/LINUX file copy. I currently have Case #583806 open with support but have yet to receive a response.