[olug] FTP question
sharpestmarble at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 17:45:30 UTC 2012
Check your downstream bandwidth, check his upstream bandwidth. If there's
space in both of those, then I would look at altering your TCP window size.
Regarding streaming, I don't think that will produce anything significantly
better; you still have bytes on his end that need to get to your end. What
I think will happen is that you would get either reduced video quality or
you would get lags and/or dropouts.
On Jun 14, 2012 9:18 AM, "Joseph Gulizia" <joseph.gulizia at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a person sending a large video file using FTP from Eastern Europe to
> the Midwest. It takes him anywhere from 2 hours 15 minutes for an MPEG-4
> one hour long video to 4 hours 22 minutes for an hour long MP2 video.
> Can streaming the file be a better solution (given the fact that the stream
> could be lost...and have to be re-sent) OR is there a way to get the file
> quicker....what could tracing the route do as far as finding the lagging
> points...what program would you recommend?
> I've looked at VLC and that is real-time for the streaming.
> Looking for something quicker if possible
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