Transferring Personal Files From Office Computer Through Internet?
Mar 31, 2011
I have one machine at office and one at home, both Windows XP SP3, ADSL connection with static IP.On the office machine a have an archive of about 250 GB of files.When i am at home sometimes i need to connect to my office machine, search through those files, maybe preview some, and then download some needed files to my home machine, using a download queue feature is possible.
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Note: am not allowed, and don't want to install any kind or sort of server application on office machine.
Here a have a quest that can't find the perfect solution for a half year now.I have one machine at office and one at home, both Windows XP SP3, ADSL connection with static IP.On the office machine a have an archive of about 250 GB of files.When i am at home sometimes i need to connect to my office machine, search through those files, maybe preview some, and then download some needed files to my home machine, using a download queue feature is possible.The task doesn't seem so complicated, yet, i did not find a perfect simple solution so far.
Internet connectivity on my laptop is lost shortly after beginning to upload/download files over the internet to my cloud storage provider. I also lose connectivity when transferring files to or from the laptop within my LAN to a desktop computer connected via wireless router as part of a workgroup. Connectivity is only restored once I restart the laptop or uninstall, then reinstall drivers for my wireless network card. The issue then reoccurs once file transfers begin again.The laptop is running Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. The driver for my Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN internal network adapter are up to date. I have a Linksys WRT610N ver.2 router, and an HP Pavilion dv6500 laptop.
On my moms laptop, (month old Lenovo B570/i3-3230/4GB/W7), when transferring files to my Crucial Gizmo! 16GB USB Drive, it is pretty much impossible to surf the web. Loading websites take 30-60 seconds, it's ridiculous. Is this normal? Her router is Linksys WRT54G. Router is not connected via USB, in fact the Laptop is connected through ethernet cable (not currently using wireless).
I am having a weird problem with one of my network PC's. I admin a small network which I inherited at work but am a novice when its comes to networking hardware.One of the PC's suddenly stopped connecting to the internet on Fri night, as the cables have all been run through the roof I went through every cable on the D-Link 10/100 ethernet switch and could not get it to connect. Connection wizard showed it was sending packets whenever I tried to ping but recieved 0.
I want to transfer big fiiles from PC to another PC, and it has happened frequently, I was wondering is there any way that I can send them directly with high speed if they are connected to the same router (my Router),I got an Desktop with Windows 8 64bit.The target PC (to transfer files) Laptop Windows 7
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.
Wan goes down when transferring files between pcs connected to the lan port.It looks like it's running out of resources or something. Passing more than 10GB of data to other pc is a pain in the ass because nobody else can access internet (lan and wireless clients).Filled a support request in local dlink site. No response so far.
Model Dir-600 B2 Firmware 2.05
2 pcs transferring lan data.3rd pc (doing nothing) can't access router config at 192.168.0.1.
We have deployed an ACE 4710 and its working perfectly. But the problem is that after I chage the default gateway of the servers I am not able to transfer files from one server to other. Is there any special configuration needs to be done on ACE to achieve this?Other than copy Ping, telnet and everything is working fine from the servers. These servers are in the same subnet & VLAN.
I am using csc-ssm module in Cisco ASA 5520 firewall, with the csc version as 6.3.1172.0. I have a public Ftp server and when i ever i transfer the zipped files more than 50 MB or 70 MB or more than that, it fails. I used to upload by clicking the ftp site and copy past the file to the location. After a certain point of time, the download fails with the below error on the explorer.An error occured copying a file to the FTP server. Make sure tou have permission to put file on the server.Details: The operation timedout
Firewall log is below.
ABCFTP1|21|10.120.110.162|1257|Teardown TCP connection 48091783 for Internet:ABCFTP1/21 to XYZ:10.120.110.162/1257 duration 0:00:27 bytes 656 TCP FINs .
-- When i remove the service policy from the firewall, and try to transfer the files, it goes through without any problem. ena
-- Pls check the attached screenshot of the ftp settings in CSC-ssm. There is no problem with downloading files from the server.
I got a refurbished EA4500 (directly from Cisco) last week. I have been having a few issues, which I have found (not too great) workarounds for. However, the latest issue has me stumped, and is unacceptable.Whenever I am transferring files between 2 computers, I get kind of OK speed (5 MB/s). However, while this transfer happens, no other device can connect to the net. Actually, even trying to go to router home page (192.168.1.1) times out.The clients still say they are connected to the router, but I just can't get anywhere.As soon as the file transfer finishes, everything goes back to normal.EA4500 replaced a WRT54G. Never had any problems with that router. It was such a workhorse. Just needed to upgrade to a n-router.I am on the latest non-cloud firmware.I have reduced the MTU size to 1200. Not sure that matters.
I have a small office with 4 employees. We all work off of laptops (although I am about to bring a desktop in because I need a little more horsepower for some graphic stuff).I have a number of files I would like everybody to share, update and save so we can all access them. I also need the ability to access them remotely.
Two computers (XP and Win7) connected on office LAN, cisco 2960, not same switches, but all in the same rack, and link togeter, same IP subnet, tried to copy some kind of 26G files from one to another, using Windows share folders, and it showed need 23 hours to finish the copying.It's not the first time, actually we always experienced very slow speed when copying files on Windows share folders. Did not see any particualler message on the switch. ports are all full/100m.
Suddenly I can connect only in Safe Mode.On my 2Wire modem,I can connect one computer that is wired, and my laptop wifi, but my main office computer, wired to the modem, suddenly will not connect except in Safe Mode.It started after a simple reboot. No new hardware of software was added - save a new access to my bank was added to my favorites.I usually use Firefox, but the same problem occurs with Internet Explorer.I have tried the Internet explorer diagnostics program without success.
I have a Wrt160n router and a Motorola sb120 modem (provided by comcast after my original modem got fried by lightning, no I didn't have my router hooked up when that happened), I have been having trouble trying to get the modem to send the internet signal to my router. I have tried mac address clone that was suggested on this forum for someone with a different router but still no internet to my computer, its all hooked up through Ethernet cables, the computer I have it hooked up with a hard line is running windows seven. When I plug the modem straight to the computer it works and I have internet but when I hook up the router between them it has no internet.
I'm an intern in an elementary school. We have here two administration computers in which I and all the teachers have access to. One of the teachers has told me that she cannot access her email (Microsoft Office Outlook 2003) from one of the computers.
I have network group set up for 5 computers and everything is okay except 1 computer, lets call it X, cant access files from computer, Y, but there arent problems with Y getting into X. On computer X a login screen pops up for computer Y password but it doesnt have a password and it still wont let me in. would it be better to set a password or is there a way to bypass that screen?
My parents bought a new computer today. My mom called me up today and asked me if I could transfer some stuff from the old computer to the new computer. I do not have a flash drive or an external hard drive, or jump drive.etc. So I was hoping I could just connect the two computers with an ethernet cable, and create a network.
Is this possible, or do you need additional equipment. I do not have a router, so if I create a network it has to be done with wires. So is it possible to create a network with nothing but an ethernet cable? Or is there another way I can get my moms i tunes transferred over?
I have a netbook or laptop or whatever those small computers are called which I use as a server (it just sits there with the lid closed all the time answering website requests).It generates logs but I absolutely hate laptops and can't stand them, not only is using a touchpad an experience from pure hell, but it's absolutely impossible to find buttons like home, end, page up, page down, so I can't manage to use it 5 seconds without wanting to smash it to powder.I know a lot about computers and programming but NOTHING about networking.Both the laptop or whatever it's called and my personal desktop PC are connected to the same router. Is there any way I can access the log folder on the server from my personal computer so I have a proper mouse and keyboard to work with?
I can copy or past small files but on big files like DVD ISO which are about 5GB there is a sudden shutdown like a power out.This shutdown happens exactly when I click paste. It is not the temperature or virus or a bad xp install.I clean installed xp and installed the newest lan drivers from ECS.
I love sharing on my home network to transfer files from one computer to the next. However, I will soon have tenants in my house sharing my network ...so they can use my Wi-Fi to get on the internet.I need a solution to give them access to the internet without losing my own network sharing ability.I do not want them accessing my files.I have Windows XP home and a Dlink WBR-2310 router.As I see it, I need to either upgrade to a router with a Guest Zone/Access feature ...OR..upgrade to Windows 7(?) to give myself more networking options (i.e. file sharing where I select the users or set a password). Currently the XP permissions are too general.
so my computer acts slow when its sending files. when im on aim &im sending a song, evrything is slower. my internet becomes really slow to the point where i cant use it. &everything just becomes slow. &my sending speed is really slow compared to others. it would take me 10 minutes to send one song compared to my friend which would only take 3 minutes. &the song file was about the same mb.
I am trying to transfer files from my laptop to my desktop, but when I open the 'network' folder from the start menu to access the desktop from the laptop, the desktop computer is not shown. I ensured that the workgroup names are the same, all sharing is turned on on both computers in Network and Sharing Center, since it is a private network, I checked the router settings and nothing seems to be wrong. The desktop is running Windows Vista Business x86 and the laptop is running Windows 7 Home Premium x64, so there is no way to make a Homegroup connection. However, I can see the laptop computer from the desktop's network folder. I click on it to gain access, but I get an error message: "Network Error, Windows cannot access \****-PC, check the spelling of the name. Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network. Error code: 0x80070035 The network path was not found." have checked all wiring, router settings, and nic card settings, have done a successful ping, even Network and Sharing Center, I have also checked sharing permissions and permission levels, I see nothing that could possibly affect the access of the computers.
The only thing I can think of is that when I click on the 'Network ID' button under the Computer Name tab in System Properties on the desktop, it asks join a domain or workgroup, it will not let me save the selection "This is a home computer; it's not part of a business network," that may or may not be the issue, because it will only remain on "This computer is part of a business network" probably because I am running Windows Vista Business.
I'm considering upgrading my home server to 2012 Essentials from WHS 2011. WHS 2011 has always been strangely finicky and I have a new Win8 laptop, so i would like to take advantage of the new options in Essentials.that said, I was looking to access my data on the WHS 2011 system to back IT up, and all I see are a bunch of 4,194,304kb .dat files. I've been lucky in that I have never had to recover data from the server, so this has been an interesting issue. how does one access the backed up files on a WHS2011 computer, short of doing some kind of restore?
every-time i try to play a file directly from my computer through the network to my Samsung tv downstairs regardless of the file format it says file format no supported though when i plug the same file in with the usb directly through the back of the TV it plays the without a hitch
I have 2 computers (one is using windows 7, other is using windows xp), one switch and router. I don't have physical access to router. I have plugged the cable from router to switch, and connected both PC's to switch and now I have internet on both PC's.My question is, can I "control" or share files on windows xp with Windows 7 (main computer) and in same time have access to internet? Or to use windows 7 to connect to internet?
I am trying to transfer files from Laptop A to Laptop B. I can transfer files from B to A, but I can't transfer them from A to B. When I try to, I get an error message saying "Windows cannot access Laptop A".It then gives me the option to diagnose the problem (I'm using Vista on both laptops, by the way). When I click that, it gives me the error of "Cannot communicate with Laptop A. We pinged the remote host but did not receive a response".Laptop A is connected to the network according to it, it can access the internet fine and can access other laptops on the network fine. I have disabled the firewall, shared the folders appropriately, made sure they were both on the same workgroup (they are both on the default Vista WORKGROUP), and still nothing.