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jennah

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Whenever I try to upload a large amount of files onto my server with my ftp client, my dsl connection just quits on me. I can upload the files when i am at work, using a different dsl connection, but it keeps dying on me while i am at home. Any way for it to quit doing that?

I have already reset the modem and all that good stuff. It only happens when i a uploading a bunch of files onto my ftp server.

Edited by jennah, 23 October 2006 - 09:51 PM.

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Facedown98

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Check with your ISP. They might have limits on how much you can upload or download at once. I don't find that likely however. Have you tried another FTP client?
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It happens on any client i use. I dont think i want to bother contacting my isp because i actually work for them, lol. The are going to tell me to reset the modem, lmao.
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How large of a file are we talking about?
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They are all small files. No more then 50kb. There are just a lot of them.
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I would call the IPS anyway... You've dine the basics, and now it look like it's on their end... Contact someone from your technical staff, you might be suprised :whistling:
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