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I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different hostBasically I am talking about the public key algorithm onauthentication here. My sftp server would send me key generated with EC and onmy client and stillwould send key generated as RSA key. Will these keys be able to communicateused for anything else after authentication? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encrypting the messages with different type of keys Note, I am using Renci.Ssh.Net as client library.

I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different host key algorithm on server and on client and still be able to communicate? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encrypting the messages with different type of keys.

I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. Basically I am talking about the public key authentication here. My sftp server would send me key generated with EC and my client would send key generated as RSA key. Will these keys be used for anything else after authentication? Note, I am using Renci.Ssh.Net as client library.

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I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different host key algorithm on server and on client and still be able to communicate? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encryencrypting the messages with different type of keys.

I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different host key algorithm on server and on client and still be able to communicate? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encry

I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different host key algorithm on server and on client and still be able to communicate? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encrypting the messages with different type of keys.

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Using different host key algorithms on sftp server and client

I need to setup a sftp client the problem i am facing is that sftp client library i am using does not support the host key algorithm supported by sftp server. My question is, is it possible to use a different host key algorithm on server and on client and still be able to communicate? Maybe both of them negotiate a cipher algorithm and communicate by encry