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In order to discover vendor and version of the software use telnet to connect to the ssh port on the server and it will tell you. For instance, this is what I get from my workstation:
$ telnet localhost 22 Trying ::1... Connected to localhost.localdomain. Escape character is '^]'. SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_6.2p2 Ubuntu-6ubuntu0.1

Also, can you dump the result of calling stat on any of those files that fail to transfer:

use Data::Dumper; Print Dumper($sftp->stat('/temp/sftp/01/01.txt'));

In reply to Re^3: Net SFTP Foreign rget by salva
in thread Net SFTP Foreign rget by SpaansBolletje

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