Use our native integration pattern to take advantage of client-side encryption as well as to achieve the best possible download performance. Uploads will be erasure-coded locally, thus a 1GB upload will result in 2.68GB of data being uploaded to storage nodes across the network.
- The strongest security
- The best download speeds
First, Download and extract the rclone binary onto your system.
Execute the config command:
A text-based menu will prompt. Type
n and hit
Enter to create a new remote configuration.
Enter a name for the new remote configuration, e.g.,
A long list of supported storage backends will prompt. Enter
storj and hit
Choose your authentication method: existing access grant or new access grant from Create Access Grant in CLI (access token).
If you selected to authenticate with an existing access grant, enter the serialized access grant you have received by someone else.
If you selected to authenticate with a new access grant, first enter the satellite address by selecting one from the list or enter the address of a 3rd-party satellite.
If you enter a 3rd-party satellite, the address must also include the node ID of the satellite. This is required to establish a secure connection with the satellite.
The second step of creating a new access grant is to enter your generated Create Access Grant in CLI.
The final step of creating a new access grant is to enter your encryption passphrase.
The passphrase is used for encrypting and decrypting the data stored on Storj DCS (formerly known as Tardigrade). If you have any data previously uploaded to this project, you must enter the same passphrase in order to download it successfully.
A summary of the remote configuration will prompt. Type
Enter to confirm it.
Now you should see one remote configuration available. Enter
q and hit
Enter to quit the configuration wizard.
For additional commands you can do, see Rclone additional commands.