noblemis wrote:That is not normal. Linux is more efficient in a lot of ways but I have been using Windows FTP servers for years and never had issues with slow transfers. The new company I work for didn't want to use Windows FTP so they chose your product to replace a Linux FTP. Transfer speeds outside of the office range from 50 to 80KB which is dramatically slower than it should be. The server is a Quad Core 4G of RAM on a 1G Cisco switch to a 50Mb internet pipe. I adjusted the transfer buffer speed to 60000 but haven't seen any improvement. Any other ideas? WingFTP doesn't have any restrictions built into the code base does it?
jmc5018 wrote:Hi I have question that I can't find a solution to anywhere. I consider myself a beginner when it comes to ftp servers. I currently have a webpage hosted from my house on an apache server. All I really want to do is have a link on my website that links to my ftp server. I guess the apache server and the wingftp server are tied to the same ip address. I'm wondering what I should point the website link to, to pull up the ftp server. Is there an index.html file that the link should point to and if so does anyone know where that is?
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