To To Foreign vps, domestic local computers to transfer large files, a few gigabytes, always fail. When the transmission was halfway, it was either windy or slow, and finally hung up directly. Reconnecting to the transmission did not work, and it was stuck in the progress bar. Open source and free are best. I don't want to upload the webpage, and I feel unstable. <br>
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Netizens reply: To To Quote: llmwxt published on 2020-9-2621:06 A network disk is best for large files!
Netizens reply: To To Quote: 16qf published on 2020-9-2621:06 Pass it to onedrive and download it with a foreign chick
Netizen reply: To To Quote: micms published on 2020-9-2621:13 Take a network disk cf speed up?
Netizens reply: To To Quote: nat.ee published on 2020-9-2621:17 Can you recommend a pure one, I don't want to upload it to the network disk, and then vps is directly connected to the network disk to download.
Netizens reply: To To vps build a nextcloud, you can directly scan local files to add to the network disk, set up automatic synchronization, the client on win is multi-threaded download and supports resumable upload snapinstallnextcloud one-click installation Yesterday I just pulled a 160g TV series from vps and it is very stable. Netizens reply: To To Quote: ApkB published on 2020-9-2621:23 rsyncorsyncthing?
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Netizens reply: To To Quote: asdii published on 2020-9-2621:20 Vps build a nextcloud, you can directly scan local files and add them to the network disk, set up automatic synchronization, the client on win is multi-threaded download and supports breakpoints...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: 2bitO published on 2020-9-2621:25 Rsync multi-threaded resumable transmission axel-n3232 thread download tool
Netizens reply: To To Apache builds a simple file server, which is better than a network disk in that it is a straight chain.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: liyyun published on 2020-9-2621:28 Apache builds a simple file server, which is better than a network disk in that it is a straight chain.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: nat.ee published on 2020-9-2621:26 No problem pulling it back, the problem is uploading it.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Waylon published on 2020-9-2623:41 Does FTP have breakpoint transmission
Netizens reply: To To Quote: nat.ee published on 2020-9-2623:45 Yes, but there is a break, and if you retransmit, it will not transmit. This is uncomfortable, and most of it is transmitted. ...
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Waylon published on 2020-9-2623:51 how come,, My 20G files, upload and download, are normal and resume uploading
Netizens reply: To To Quote: nat.ee published on 2020-9-2623:52 That may be a problem with my ftp software, I am using xftp

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