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|11-02-2012, 14:47||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2011
Choppy FTP connection to shared server environment
I got a $7 per month plan on a server and I have a problems with FTP connection. I am trying to upload a 20MB file with multiple folders and files in it and the connection is very choppy and I literally was not able to do that since yesterday.
Does anybody knows how this work? Do they just impose some kind of limit on the connection and there is no way to get around that? This is a major obstacle and can get frustrating etc...
|17-02-2012, 17:08||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Gdansk, Poland
What host is this? I mean company?
Can you do the following (I believe you are using Windows?):
1. Open Start Menu / Run and type cmd
(if you don't have 'run' command, go to Start / Accessories / Command line (I have Win 7, it's quite similar in XP)
You'll have something like:
Pinging yourdomain.tld [numbers.of.your.ip] ...
Reply from ...blah blah time= ....ms
Tell me this "time"?
type in the same window:
wait until it finishes...
and write what you have there (or copy it - right mouse button, "select all", CTRL+C) and CTRL+V here.
We need to see the route from you to your server.