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Old 1st October 2002, 16:00   #1
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I set up a ftp server (bulletproof) some time ago and it works great. As i'm using it more and more (then VNC) the transfer speed becomes somewhat annoying. 20kbs is not bad, but if your used to downloading at an average of 600kbs or working on an 100 mbit network ... it seams mucho slow.

How can i make it faster ?
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use other FTP server software

same prob with ServU and WSFTPD
one of the better FTP servers I have used is RaidenFTPD
internal speeds up to 9000kb/s

but ask this question @the SW forum , because on Mē lots of people had fast FTPservers up & running
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