Enable FTPS, SSL, File Adapter, Configuration, Certificates

Hi All,
   Right now I have some file to file (FTP_XI_FTP)scenarios that are working fine. With SP14 we got a option to use FTPS(FTP over SSL). 
1.  Can any one tell me the exact steps we need to follow to use FTPS?
2. What is the config we need to do in RZ10.
3. What is the confing we need to do in the Visual admin?
4. What are all the steps we need to do with the ftp server.
4.  How to test the configuration.
   1. We are on sp14/XI3.0/kernal640/Solaris/oracle
   2. Installed SAP Cryptographic Software.
   3. Right now i could be able to connect to FTP server at a secure port 32, using PUTTY software.
Thank you
Raj Akula

There is a blog on SSL- have look at that-
I hope you have gone thru following link-
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