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Topic # 150033 9-Jul-2014 11:30
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Hi All,
A client is about to start transacting with the IRD, who have a requirement that all data file transfers route via a certified AS2 gateway.
Does anyone have any experience with this that they would be willing to share, for example products/services or service providers?

Please pm if you can provide any assistance, it would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
Ryan

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  Reply # 1085736 9-Jul-2014 14:21
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I managed to find something suitable for anybody's future reference:
http://www.rssbus.com/solutions/as2/features.aspx

Works well, and fairly straight forward to setup.


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  Reply # 1085738 9-Jul-2014 14:23
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I was watching this topic just out of interest.  What sort of industry will this be used for?




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  Reply # 1087230 11-Jul-2014 15:08
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Mainly Financial Services at the moment. But expect the technology to gain mainstream adoption in the future as an alternative to SFTP.



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