How do I use Transmit with Wasabi?

Transmit 5.0 has been certified for use with Wasabi.   To use Transmit with Wasabi, configure the Transmit app as shown below (screenshot for Transmit 5.0).   The screen fields should be:

Protocol: Amazon S3


Port: 443 (default)

Access Key ID:  Your Wasabi access key

Secret:  Your Wasabi secret key

Remote Path: accept default or specify what you want


Note that this example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article


Known issue of Transmit’s Multipart Upload feature with S3

If customers try to upload an object larger than 5GB, they will get an error message like this:


According to Transmit support team, the only signature method supported for S3 object storage services is V2 on Multipart Uploads. From Wasabi, tests have demonstrated that this signature method generates malformed requests, which are answered with a SignatureDoesNotMatch error message, as the error message shown above.

Wasabi does support V2 and V4 signatures on requests (more information here). Customers can use V2 signature with features such as Multipart Uploads too. This has been tested with applications such as S3 Browser, which uses the V2 signature by default.





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