Sharing :: Sending Large File Via Internet To A Friend Directly?
Aug 15, 2011
But both of us are living far apart, but we are using the same ISP, same broadband package, same IP range too.I would like to know how to send files directly to him(or he send to me) @ full speed without extra steps like uploading my file to Megaupload
I have two computers. One is on the East Coast of the US, the other is on the West Coast.I need to be able to "connect" these two computers for the purpose of sharing drives.I know all about Remote Desktop. This is not what I'm looking for. If I'm logged onto Computer A, I need for Computer B's disk resources to be viewable and accessible through the standard Windows Explorer as remote drives.I've already:1.unblocked TCP and UDP ports 135 through 139, and 445 in the firewall on both computers.2. completely disabled the router's firewall (one of the computers is hooked into a router; firewall has been disabled)3. forwarded the relevant ports (noted above) in the router's config to the computer I would like to access... no joy. When I try to connect to the remote PC, it comes up not found.
I can ping it, and I can connect via remote desktop (so I also know port forwarding on the router is working). But the standard "net use" and "net view" stuff is not working.I am suspecting my ISPs (on either the east coast or west coast) are filtering the "file and print sharing" ports (i.e. TCP + UDP 135 through 139 and 445), but trying to get a hold of someone at either ISP who knows about this stuff is impossible. Any experience with Comcast (West Coast) and Cablevision (East Coast), in terms of whether or not they filter traffic through these ports ?
I was uploading a big 2gb file to my FTP server, it was all going good and I managed to upload the whole thing hassle free. After I finish I log out, and return about 3 hours later and try to log back in, to no avail.WinSCP gives me the following error:
I need to transfer a large file(about 1GB) from my pc to FTP server.I tried with C# code in .net, it stated that "buffer size has been exceeded or queue is full".I tried using cmd prompt also, but it transferred about 380 MB and a notification was displayed as "Netout : Software caused connection abort, 451 Failure writing to local file".
I am trying to establish a connection with an already existing IPsec VPN for file sharing. I click on the icon and get error messages when I type the correct username and password. I also entered the shared secret key correctly. I do not know where to enter the "group" name that coincides with the key I was given.
I'm in the middle of restoring a Windows XP computer after a drive failure, and on the new system, the Turn On File and Printer Sharing setting has been forcing a reboot and always resets itself to Off after the restart.
Beginning this morning, I have been unable to download large files regardless of which browser I use - Chrome, IE, Firefox. For example, while testing this issue at thinkbroadband :: Download Test Files, I am able to download the 50 MB test file without any problems. However, every time I try to download the 100 MB test file, it stops at 65.3 MB. Every time I try to download the 200 MB test file, it stops at 38.2 MB
I have to upgrade our Wireless LAN Controller modules inside 2811 routers.I downloaded files from Cisco site, verified MD5 hashes and hoped it will be pretty easy.the problem is, that WLC is only capable of code upgrade via TFTP and that the image size is ~80MBTFTP transfer hangs at approximately 64MB at the exact same packet number[CODE]
I'm presently experiencing an issue with my Latitude E5410 notebook where the NIC disconnects during large file transfers. For instance, if I were to copy a large file (50+ MB) from a network drive (or vice versa, copy a 50+ MB file from my notebook to the network drive), the network icon in my taskbar suddenly changes to "No Network Access", the transfer fails, and I can't access any network resources until restarting my workstation.
At first I thought it was the network backbone in our office (SonicWALL Gateway + Dell PowerConnect switches), but this error also occurs at my house with my own networking equipment (D-Link) and NAS. The Latitude E5410 notebook is running Window 7 Professional SP1 and has a built-in "Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller", and a "Dell DW1501 Wireless-N WLAN Half-Mini Card". However, this issue seems to only occur with the Broadcom adapter when I'm physically connected to our network; when the Broadcom adapter disconnects, I can connect to our local wifi network and access network resources.
[code] Basically, we used to use Outlook for our customer management, but after I tried to design a custom form for customers that suited our needs better than Outlook's default form (i.e. we don't need state, country, region, etc. for each customer, and we'd prefer to have spots for Roof, Shingle, Shingle color, etc. in their place), we ended up turning OneNote into our new Customer Management System.Our problem is sharing files, and the security or lack thereof that goes along with it.We used to save all the files to a single computer, and use Windows 7 Home group to access them. That worked okay, but often we couldn't see the file-holding computer, and would have to disconnect/reconnect to the internet.
We recently bought a NAS HD, which actually works a lot better than I expected. Unfortunately, we've learned recently that new employees are not always the most trustworthy. So this is what we are trying to do:We want to set up some type of way for us to save, store, and access files, which allows us to keep track of who has done what (access, save, copy, delete, print, etc.), preferably one where we can set up alerts if certain things happen (i.e. someone copies and pastes the entire thing, or attempts to delete). We've run into the problem where, yes, we want people to be able to copy and paste certain documents, yes we want people to be able to print, but no we don't want someone to be able to print out our entire customer lists, current project lists, etc.This NAS HD (MyBook Live 2TB by Western Digital) could quite possibly have the most ridiculous set up I've ever encountered. I can set up accounts and passwords, but they are completely irrelevant because from "Computer" you can just select the z:/ drive and it will still take you to our files. We just brought on a couple new people, and its like, everyone tells them to come to me in regards to the computers, and I can't even hook them up to the internet because it would give them access to our network, which in turn gives them access to our z:/ drive, which contains every file our company has.
\toshibapictures is not accessible. you might not have permission to use this network resource. contact the administrator of theis server to find out if you have permissions.
I have a little small network created with 6 computers. 5 of them are windows xp home and pro. jsut bought a new laptop with windows 7 64 bit home pre. All the xp laptops can share files easily but the windows 7 is giving me a really hard time.
The win xp computers can see the windows 7 folders showing up in my network places but when i try and open then it gives me this error "\toshibapictures is not accessible. you might not have permission to use this network resource. contact the administrator of theis server to find out if you have permissions"
we just deployed a cisco wireless solution with WLC4404-100, WCS, and a bunch of 1130AP and I experience some problem with file copy under windows xp. The file copy is working fine with my Ethernet connection however.The symptom is as follow. I cannot copy large file from a share to the computer. The copy starts then after a while (let's say 30MB copy over a 100MB file) it stops with the error 'File copy error: The network name is no longer available'. When this occurs, I still have my wireless card connected and I can ping my computer from the controller.I tried to adjust some radio settings (channel, power on the AP I'm connected to) because we have a large wireless network here, but no success. I also update the wireless card driver, create a new SSID, etc. No success at all. However the copy went fine for small file size.
Our office lan network is in 192.168.0.0/16 with 300 nodes and 30 server .Since its a large broadcast domain some times it takes large time for copying files.How can we avoid this problem with out changing the subnet.Also how to avoid broadcast storm.we are using cisco 2950 series switch.
I have a friend with a mac laptop that I need to transfer roughly ~110 GB from. I have a laptop that dual boots Windows 7 and Kubuntu 12.10. Easiest way to directly transfer these files between our computersNeither of us has a large enough external hard drive.
We have CISCO2811 model with VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1 module working good over the E1 line. Since it's getting hard to find new model of CISCO2811 we decided to connect new branches with CISCO2911/K9 model (according to migration doc)
My question is can we use 2811's old config file with the 2911 model directly?
I need setting up File/Folder/Printer sharing in small office LAN and also secure Files (password protect) among users. I have attached two JPG files in which i have tried my best to show the network diagram and how i want to share the files and folders. All the PCs are connected and i have made one Windows 7 Ultimate PC acting as File Server keeping its D Drive in sharing with other five Windows 7 Ultimate PCs acting as clients. I just want to know how to protect Files as per my requirement. There are no fixed PC of any dept users. All the users or Dept Head use any PCs as per availability.
Before I moved home I had one netgear router supplied by virgin media. On my home network I had my pc sharing it's printer and also some shared folders I.e. Music folder, my documents etc. Now I've moved I have had a new netgear box supplied by virgin media (which I call virgin media 7) which because of the shape of the building doesn't reach my bed room. To fix this I have had to connect my old netgear box (which I call virgin media 8) to the new one via 10m of CAT5e but now I can't access my shared printer or shared folders on my win xp pc which is connected to virgin media 7 via wireless if my vista laptop is connected to virgin media 8. I have tried looking in the setting for the option that makes it just act as an wireless extention to vm7 but they have removed the menu from the settings.
our workstations provide data (files) to this network by using RDP. RDP allows a user to share the entire contents of one's C drive. I dislike this and many others in my organization also dislike this (from a security threat point of view). I am looking for an alternative and more secure approach.
Email: when I try to send an email with an attachment (pictures/other files) it starts sending and stops suddenly at around 50-100% I repeat trying to send it and it works after a while. The larger the file size the harder it is to complete and send. 0.5mb is easy to send but over 1-2mb is very difficult.When it stops I get this error message after a min or so.Sending of message failed.The message could not be sent because the connection to SMTP server smtp.googlemail.com timed out. Try again or contact your network administrator.Online: The exact same thing happens on Facebook and other websites uploading gets stuck and times out but does work sometimes.
How can i share application so that other users can directly use application in network without installing in his/her system. I have ubuntu server 12.0.1 installed and users are using windows 7. I will install any other os as server if necessary.
On the main floor I have a Linksys E3000, hooked up to my ADSL modem along with laptop #1 which has all my video and photos on Picasa. Laptop is on 5ghz, running speed at 300. I'm running the E3000 in dual mode (running 2.4ghz and 5ghz at the same time.) I have 2 different network names mjames5gz and mjames24gz.
In my basement, I have a laptop running on 5ghz and an IP camera running 2.4 ghz. the signal in the basement is on the low side for both. Under Wireless network connection, I am getting around 100 on Speed vs.300 on the laptop.... The basement is fully finished so I can't run cables to the basement easily. What could I buy so I can stream videos from laptop to laptop on 5ghz. Would also be nice to have the 2.4ghz signal boosted as well
When I go upstairs, both laptop read 300 ghz and I can stream between them just fine.
recently i was trying to share files between two computers using a networking switch.(windows xp) I tried using network setup wizard on the host computer it only gave me two drive options f drive and the floppy disc drive. so i selected f drive to copy files. I inserted a cd and clicked next but nothing happened. i tried clicking format button and it asked me to 'insert a cd to f drive' so I avoided the format button.My computer has a backup system which someone installed and im not too sure about it so I was wondering if f drive was referring to the backup system (sort of looks like an external hard drive with lights on it connected to modem) or maybe referring to usb port. I did not try using my usb yet. The second pc I noticed did not have network setup wizard on control panel and was not sure if i needed it. I heard that a router has a firewall and is more safer than using a networking switch. at this stage i dont need internet connection for the second pc
Ok, I have a new win 7 pc and my old win xp pc has all my video and picture files. On both of my xp pc's i can transfer files via my network places. Can I and if so how do I do that from the xp pc to the win 7 pc? I can stream the videos from the xp on the win 7 but not transfer them.
I installed windows server 2008 in another country with active directory - DNS server - file services Roles. with public IP.I can RDC the server - I can ping IP local and WAN - I can ping computer name from Local only not WAN.I can access the shared files locally using \IPaddresssharedmy problem is that I can't access \IPaddressshared from outside the network.[CODE]
I've recently had an issue where when I turn on File and Printer Sharing, and click apply, I go straight back to the advanced setting menu and its switched back to off despite me changing it.I cheked my services menu and I'm not sure what file and printer sharing has a dependancy on, but Workstation, Netlogon, and Computer Browser will not turn on with the error "windows could not start *** service on the local computer. Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start"I network printers and servers for a living, so this is an issue when I'm troubleshooting problems.I cant really name everything thats been installed on this laptop, it changes pretty consistently, but no programs should have interfered with my network
I remote from home through a vpn to work. that works fine, but i want to be able to copy and paste files from work computer to my home computer. I've tried it and it doesnt work, so i know theres a setting somewhere, but where is it!?
PC A is connected to 3g wireless router and and 3g dongle is conneccted to the router.(dongle ip belongs to a vpn).I have added PC A to router's DMZ, so that all the requesta coming to the router through the dongle (vpn ip) are forwarded to PC A.(Now I can access PC A with the vpn ip(dongle)).Now what i want to do is to access the shared files and folders in PC A from a remote network which is connected to the vpn by using the dongle ip.(ex: \[dongle ip] should display the shared files and folders of PC A.)
I've recently had an issue where when I turn on File and Printer Sharing, and click apply, I go straight back to the advanced setting menu and its switched back to off despite me changing it.
I cheked my services menu and I'm not sure what file and printer sharing has a dependancy on, but Workstation, Netlogon, and Computer Browser will not turn on with the error "windows could not start *** service on the local computer. Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start"
I network printers and servers for a living, so this is an issue when I'm troubleshooting problems.
I cant really name everything thats been installed on this laptop, it changes pretty consistently, but no programs should have interfered with my network.
I have XP sp3 on my desktop and a new netbook with Win 7. I have set up wi-fi networking between them and have had some success of sharing a file. Today, I wanted to share my Firefox profile from my desktop to my netbook. I clicked on share this folder and could not find it on my netbook. I did a search with the title and nothing appears.
The Windows XP SP3 PC can login to the Windows 7 PC's file shares without a problem.But, the Windows 7 PC cannot login to the XP PC's file shares. Using the GUI I always get error code 0x800704b3. Using the "Net Use" command I always get "System error 67 has occurred. The network name cannot be found."This problem occurs regardless of whether I try to connect to the Windows XP PC by network name or IP address.On the Windows 7 PC I can successfully ping the Windows XP PC by both network name and IP address.