Aruba configuration

Amazon S3 file manager for Android handsets.

Aruba configuration

Postby support » Sun Aug 24, 2014 12:12 pm

S3Anywhere works with Aruba provider.

First create a bucket from the web interface (i.e. testbucket)
Web interface
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Then open S3Anywhere and configure it with:
KeyId = yourusername
SecretKey = yourpassword
Bucket = testbucket
General settings
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Open Advanced tag and Expert settings. Disable virtual host, click back then Save.
Virtual host
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Click connect:
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Re: Aruba configuration

Postby support » Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:37 am

Aruba storage service does work with S3Anwyhere 2.2.1. Here are updated instructions:

In General tab:
  • 1) URL matches an Aruba service point with bucket name such as:
    You can use http or https
    Note: Since 2.2.1 you don't need to add bucketname in URL. Prior 2.2.1 it was required without https.
  • 2) KeyId matches to an Aruba account username
  • 3) SecretKey matches to an Aruba account password
  • 4) Bucket is yourbucketname (44.37 KiB) Viewed 6394 times

In Advanced tab:
  • 5) Bucket location is US Standard (Virginia). This is the default.

In Expert settings:
  • 6) Virtual Host is disabled. This is the default.
  • 7) Signature v4 is disabled.This is the default.

Don't forget to click 'Save' to save your settings.
Virtual host disabled
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