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Is this possible in Filezilla? (Not sure how to call it)


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SpaceDonkey1stClass

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Hello people. 

 

I have a question about if I can do something specific in Filezilla.

I don't know how to call it, so I took a screenshot of the specific action in CuteFTP

 

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Is it possible to download with all 8 parts in Filezilla? I can't stand CuteFTP, plus Filezilla is free.

 

Thank you

 

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Edited by SpaceDonkey1stClass, 03 May 2016 - 11:18 PM.

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Hi SpaceDonkey1stClass,

 

What you are looking for is segmented download support, I have done some research and unfortunately It looks like FileZilla doesn't support this.


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Hi SpaceDonkey1stClass,

 

What you are looking for is segmented download support, I have done some research and unfortunately It looks like FileZilla doesn't support this.

 

Awwwww.... man...

well...can I ask you...do any other ftp programs use segmented download?


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From my research it looks like a lot of FTP clients don't support this feature because of various issues with it including the overhead and file corruption, I have only used FileZilla but I did find this website which has a couple of options.


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Thank you very much Nyser, you have been much help. I appreciate your time & input. Have a good day


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No problem, I hope you find a client which you are happy with.


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