SPEEDE Server File Transmission
Yes. Immediate delivery rather than once per day is an option.
Yes. Whenever SPEEDE delivers a file to your institution, you will receive a notification at the email address you provided during registration. If the delivery is made via FTP, the email will include the file name and directory.
SPEEDE will always connect to with this IP 184.108.40.206.
Data element ISA15 can be set to “T” for test and “P” for production. You can also specify a separate testing address for SPEEDE to use to deliver files with ISA15 set to “T.”
Yes. The SPEEDE server can deliver files to a GDG.
Yes. However, make sure separate file names are specified for SPEEDE and ExPRESS.
File Naming Convention
SPEEDE Server File Naming Convention
No. Any name is acceptable when dropped off via FTP.
If you choose the “append” option, then you can use any file name. Otherwise you must append a two-digit counter to the file name to prevent overlaying files. The name may not exceed six characters, can include an extension
ABCDEF: Files will be delivered as ABCDEF01 – ABCDEF99
ABCDEF.DAT: File names will be ABCDEF01.DAT – ABCDEF99.DAT
SSH / SFTP
SPEEDE Server SSH / SFTP
Yes, the two systems are compatible. It requires only a conversion of our public key from the SSH.com format to the OpenSSH format on your SFTP server.
Yes. The SPEEDE Server uses SCP (secure copy protocol) to send documents securely through encrypted channels. The SPEEDE Server also allows registered users to send files to it via secure FTP using a subsystem of the SSH protocol (hereafter, referred to as “SFTP”).
The SPEEDE Server administrators need to connect to your server to complete an initial “handshake,” which involves uploading our public key to your server. Basically, you need to have an SSH server with the SFTP subsystem configured. You also need to send the Clearinghouse a user name and password, along with the server’s host name or IP address. The SPEEDE Support team will then upload the Clearinghouse public key and confirm that we can connect to your server securely using public key authentication. Once this is confirmed, SPEEDE is ready to send electronic documents to you via SCP.
No. The SPEEDE Server needs to use public key authentication when sending documents. Using a password is an interactive step (waiting for a prompt on the screen), whereas the SPEEDE Server sends via SFTP in batch format.
First, you must establish an FTP account with the SPEEDE Server, which you can request when you register for SPEEDE. Please inform the SPEEDE Support team at SPEEDEfirstname.lastname@example.org that you are going to send files via SFTP so we can update your FTP account to a SFTP account. You can choose whether to connect to the SPEEDE Server using a password or public key authentication. If you choose public key authentication, we will need your public key installed in your SFTP directory on the SPEEDE Server.