EDI – Communication
Swedish Customs provides the possibility to submit data electronically with TCP/IP over Internet. In order to do so the OFTP version 2 is used which is the latest version of OFTP.
OFTP 2 is adapted to communication over Internet, for example through enhanced functionality for file compression, larger file sizes and TLS session security. To communicate with Swedish Customs, it is not necessary to buy a certificate or get a permanent connection with associated infrastructure and high availability requirements. This is possible since session is initiated by the client but the encrypted connection is based on the Swedish Customs public certificate.
There are two options for changing communication method, both require an application to amend TVEDI.
New server certificate for Swedish Customs’ OFTPv2 server on September 15, 2020
The server certificate used for tmf01.tullverket.se will be replaced September 15, 2020 at 11.00 AM UTC.
The new server certificate has the same supplier as the previous but with changes in the trust chain. In many computer environments, there is still no need to make any changes as Swedish Customs’ server returns intermediate certificates leading to the same trusted root certificate as before.
Last updated: 2020-09-14
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